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QMT 127 Intermediate Operations Research September 10. 2008
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QMT 127 Intermediate Operations Research
September 21, 2012
Long Test 2
Alyson Lao Yap
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Course Syllabus
Course Description
This course is an introduction to
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Scientific Computing II
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School Year : 2014 - 2015
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Chapter 6
Continuous Random Variables
Continuous Probability Distributions
Continuous random variable is a random variable that
may assume any numerical value in one or more
intervals on the real number line.
In general, to compute probabilities concernin
Conditional Probabilities
Independence The occurrence of one event has no
effect on the probability of the occurrence of
another event.
e.g.
tossing 2 coins;
tossing a coin and rolling a die
For the two independent events A and B, the
probability that A a
Chapter 5
Discrete Random Variables
Random Variable is a variable that assumes numerical
values that are determined by the outcome of an
experiment, where one and only one numerical value is
assigned to each experimental outcome.
Two types of random varia
QMT12
Discrete Probability Distribution Reviewer
1.
The following table lists the probability distribution of the number of breakdown per month
for a machine based on past data.
Breakdowns per month
Probability
0
0.1
1
0.2
2
0.35
3
0.2
4
0.1
5
0.05
a. Pre
Chapter 4
Probability
Probability
A number that measures the chance, or
likelihood, that an event will occur when an
experiment is carried out.
Is a number between 0 and 1.
Can be expressed as decimal or fraction.
The closer a probability is to 0, the mor
QMT12
Sections C and D
Quiz #2
Due June 29 (Wednesday)
1.
(12 pts)
A professor is preparing a four true or false question quiz. List the sample outcomes that correspond to
each of the following events:
a. All four questions have the same answer.
b. Exactl
Counting Rules
The mn rule
For an operation that can be done in m ways and a
second operation that can be done in n ways, the two
operations can occur, in order, in mn ways.
This rule can be extended to n operations
(K1)(K2)(Kn)
A customer decides to buy
QMT12
Sections C and D
Quiz #2
Due June 29 (Wednesday)
1.
(12 pts)
A professor is preparing a four true or false question quiz. List the sample outcomes that correspond to
each of the following events:
a. All four questions have the same answer.
b. Exactl
QMT12
Continuous Probability Distribution Reviewer
Uniform Distribution
1.
The time between arrivals of customers at a bank during the noon to 1:00 p.m. hour has a uniform
distribution over an interval from 0 to 120 seconds. What is the probability that t
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QMT 109
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1st; 2016-2017
Business Research and Statistical Methods
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8:00 11:00
13:00 16:00
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Simple Regression Model Assumptions
If the any of the conditions below are violated, the estimated coefficients are still the same (prediction
still possible) but cannot conduct confidence intervals and hypothesis tests.
1) Mean of Zero
- At any given val
SAMPLE PROBLEMS FOR LT3
1. A random sample of 100 European professional soccer players has an average age of 27
years. The sample standard deviation is 4 years. We would like to decide if there is enough
evidence to establish that average age of Europea