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1. Dekking et al. Exercise 4.13 (see hypergeometric notes)
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UCSB Winter Quarter 2017, hw02
1. Dekking et al. Exercise 2.18
2. Dekking et al. Exercise 3.5
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No calculators, no notes, no books.
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Items are inspected for flaws by an inspector. He never finds a flaw when no flaw is
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1. Create an excel sheet starting with two columns of data. In one column labeled coin
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ChE 132C midterm 2012, Feb. 13
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