Homework 1 Due Monday, April 6th 2009
1. Read through the review material handouts found on my class website,
http:/www.uweb.ucsb.edu/~nbennett/PSTAT120B/120b.htm 2. Read Ch. 1, Sec 6.1-6.4 3. Hand in the following problems: 1.11 page 12 2.16 pag
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Class # 10-2- Other reivew
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PSTAT 120B - Probability & Statistics
Class # 01-1 - Introduction
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You know who I am I know who you ar
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Homework 2 The updated version Due Monday, April 13th 2009 in class
1. Please ask questions if you do not understand something in lecture; I will do my best to answer your question. The goal of this class is for you to learn statistics, and asking q
Test topics
Distributions of functions of random variables
Method of distribution functions Alternative method of distribution functions Method of transformations Method of moment generating functions
Important sampling distributions
Sums and averages of
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Confidence Intervals
Definition
A confidence interval for a confidence level is an interval inside which
the true but unknown parameter is with probability 1 . There are 3
types of confidence intervals:
Lower Confidence Interval
A lower CI L , is an inter
Introduction
Review of Pstat 120A
Pstat 120B - Fall 2016
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PSTAT 120B - Probability & Statistics
Class # 09-3- N-P Lemma and LRTs
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28 May 2010
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PSTAT 120B - Probability & Statistics
Class # 09-2- Hypothesis tests for variances
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26 May 2010
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Class # 09-1- Small sample tests
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24 May 2010
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Review of PSTAT 120A Spring 2009
Probability Measure (Probability Function) Given a sample space, S, a probability function, Pr[.], is a function satisfying the following three conditions: i) Non-negative: ii) Total probability of 1: iii) Countable
Useful Mathematical Tools Spring 2009
Summation Notation
Product Notation
Factorial Indicator Function Let be a space with elements . Let A be a subset of . Then the indicator function of A is given by
Properties of the indicator function
i) ii)
HW 1 Solutions
1.11 a. b. c.
c = c + c + + c = nc. cy ( x
i =1 i =1 n i i =1 n i
n
= c(y1 + + yn) = c yi
i =1
n
+ y i ) = x1 + y1 + x2 + y2 + + xn + yn = (x1 + x2 + + xn) + (y1 + y2 + + yn)
Using the above, the numerator of s2 is
n n
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Class # 05-2- Small-sample condence intervals
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Class # 08-1- Hypothesis testing
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17 May 2010
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PSTAT 120B - Probability & Statistics
Class # 08-2- Sample size and CIs
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19 May 2010
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PSTAT 120B - Probability & Statistics
Class # 08-3- P-values
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21 May 2010
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Transformations of Random Variables
Order Statistics
Sampling Distributions Related to the Normal Distribution
n m transformation
What do we mean by a transformation of a random variable?
Suppose:
I Y1 , Y2 , ., Yn
are n random variables.
I
The joint dist