Probability Theory and
Random Processes
Title:Probability Theory and Random Processes
CourseCode:07B41MA106(310),4Credits
Prerequisite:Nil
Objectives:
To study
Probability: its applications in studying the outcomes of random experiments
Random variables
Lecture Notes on
PROBABILITY and STATISTICS
Eusebius Doedel
http:/cmvl.cs.concordia.ca/courses/comp-233/winter-2011/
SAMPLE SPACES
DEFINITION :
The sample space is the set of all possible outcomes of an experiment.
EXAMPLE: When we ip a coin then sample s
Solutions
of
Electricity & Magnetism
Lesson 20th to 25th
By DC Pandey
20
Current Electricity
Introductory Exercise 20.1
2 pr
q
1. i = , here q = e, t =
t
v
ev
i=
\
2pr
1.6 10-19 2.2 106
=
2 3.14 5 10-11
= 1.12 10
= 1.12 mA
-3
=
2.0
8.43 1028 1.6 10-19 3.1