Question 2 [Total: 12 marks]
The common fruit fly, Drosophila melanogaster, is the most studied organism in
genetic research because it is small, easy to grow and reproduces rapidly. The length of
the thorax (where the wings and legs attach) in a populati
Mathematics and Statistics 324
Introduction to Statistics
Midterm A
Examiner: W.J. Anderson
8:45 9:45 a.m., Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Answer all questions. No books or notes are allowed. Some tables are given at
the end.
[Marks]
[3]
(1) Let X1 , X2 , X
McGill University
Faculty of Science
April 2012
Final Examination
Statistics
Math 324
Friday, April 30th, 2012
Time: 9am-12noon
Examiner: Prof. W.J. Anderson
Associate Examiner: Prof. D. Stephens
INSTRUCTIONS
This exam comprises the cover, two pages with
McGILL UNIVERSITY
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
FINAL EXAMINATION
MATH 324
Statistics
Examiner: Professor W.J. Anderson
Associate Examiner: Professor D. Stephens
Date: Tuesday, April 19, 2011
Time: 2pm to 5pm
INSTRUCTIONS
This exam comprises the cover, two pages wit
100 points total
Midterm Exam for MATH 324: Fall 2011
Instructor: Russell Steele
1. (15 pts) Tensile strength tests were carried out on two different grades of wire rod, resulting in the
data in the table below:
Grade
AISI 1064
AISI 1078
Sample size Sampl
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MATH 324: Statistics
Pre-requisites: MATH 323 or equivalent
Days / Time and location: MW 10:05 - 11:25, ARTS 145
(except for Tuesday, Dec. 6th)
Goal: The goal of this course is to teach students the
fundamental principles behind the tools of b
MATH 324 - Assignment #6 Solutions
Each non-bonus question is worth 10 points, giving a total number of points
for the assignment of 80 points. Each bonus question is worth 10 points,
giving a total number of bonus points for the assignment of 40 points.
MATH 324 - Assignment #5 Solutions
Each non-bonus question is worth 10 points, giving a total number of points
for the assignment of 80 points. Each bonus question is worth 10 points,
giving a total number of bonus points for the assignment of 40 points.
MATH 324 - Assignment #4 Solutions
Each non-bonus question is worth 10 points, giving a total number of points
for the assignment of 80 points. Each bonus question is worth 10 points,
giving a total number of bonus points for the assignment of 40 points.
MATH 324 - Assignment #3 Solutions
Each question is worth 10 points, giving a total number of points for the
assignment of 130 points.
Q 8.12 Let Yi Unif orm(, + 1).
(a) We know that, because Yi Unif orm(, + 1), that
E (Y ) = E (Y )
+1
=
2
2 + 1
=
2
= + 0
MATH 324 - Assignment #2 Solutions
Each question is worth 10 points, giving a total number of points for the assignment of 110 points.
Q 6.4 (a) Let U = 3Y + 1. Then using the CDF method, we can write:
FU (u) = P r(U u) = P r(3Y + 1 u)
u1
= P r(Y
)
3
(u1
MATH 324 - Assignment #1 Solutions
Each question is worth 10 points, giving a total number of points for the assignment of 120 points.
Q. 2.104 Let X c denote the complement of X . Then we have that:
P r(A B ) = P r([Ac B c ]c )
= 1 P r(Ac B c )
= 1 (P r(