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STAT2001/8039 Mid-Semester Examination August 2006 Solutions
Solution to Problem 1
(a)
Let "0" stand for a 1, 2, 3 or 4 coming up. Then the probability that the die
will be rolled less tha
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STAT2001 Mid-Semester Examination May 2003 Solutions
Problem 1
(b)
(a)
Sample point
H
DH
CH
DD
CDH
DCH
CDD
DCD
Probability
2/5
(2/5)(2/4)
(1/5)(2/4)
Summary of Marks for Mid-Semester Exam 2004
Number = 113
Minimum = 2.5 (marks out of 20)
Mean = 11.5
Maximum = 18.5
Median = 11.5
Mode = 13 (with frequency 11)
Frequencies:
2.5 3 4.5 5 5.5 6 6.5 7 7.5
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STAT2001 Mid-Semester Examination May 2002 Solutions
Problem 1
(a)
Let Y be the number of children in the selected household.
Then: EY = 0 + 1(17/51) + 2(7/51) +
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Solution to Problem 1
(a)
7/12.
(b)
6/11.
Solution to Problem 2
P (Y 3, Y 2)
c / 32 + c
STAT2001/6039 - Mid-Semester Examination - September 2009
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Time all
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Solution to Problem 1
(a)
Let Y be the number of persons in the sample who have
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Problem 1
(a) Let Ai be the event that the drawn cards contain i Aces, and B the
event that they cont
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STAT2001/6039 Assignment 2 Solutions (2009)
y
Problem 1
1
y
dt = 1 + . Thus F(y) = 1/2 at y = -3, 0.
6
6
6
(a) For -6 < y < -3, F( y ) =
y
1
12
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Solution to Problem 1
(a)
Let 0 denote a non-six on the first roll, let 006 denote two non-
STAT2001/8039 - Final Exam - June 2001 - Solutions
Problem 1
For the purpose of solving this problem, 6's may be treated as 0's.
With this understood, let Y be the number coming up on a single roll of
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Problem 1
1 = EY = k / 2 , m1 = y .
Then, 1 = m1 k / 2 = y k 2 = 4 y 2 .
So the MOME of t is t = 4 y 2 = 4(3.92) 2 = 61.5.
k 2 k 2
2
2
+ , wh
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INTRODUCTORY MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS
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Reading time: 15 minutes
THE AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY
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INTRODUCTORY MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS
(STAT2001/8039)
Duration: 3 hours
Reading time: 15 minute
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INTRODUCTORY MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS
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Second Semester Final Examination, November 2006
INTRODUCTORY MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS
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PRINCIPLES OF MATHEMATICAL