MAT 2371
Final Examination
December 2013
Time: 3 hours
Professor G. Ivano
Student Number:
Seat number:
Family Name:
First Name:
This is an open book examination. Calculators are the only electronic device permitted.
The exam consists of two parts: A (mu
Chapter 15: Psychological Disorders
What well see to understand
 What does it mean to have a mental disorder?
 Defining and classifying disorders
 Anxiety disorders, including OCD and PTSD
 Mood disorders, including depression and bipolar disorder
 S
Chapter 14: Social Psychology
How do individuals respond to other people?
Overview:
 How we think in relation to other people
 How other people influence not only our thinking but our actions
o Conformity
o Obedience
o Group behaviour
 How we treat eac
Chapter 16: Therapy
Chapter Overview:
 Therapy: how mental disorders are treated, with the help of the knowledge base
of psychology
 Issues in psychotherapy include: culture, gender, values, effective factors and
types, and the evaluation of psychothera
Chapter 12 Emotions, Stress, and Health
Health Psychology
 Emotions, as well as personality, attitudes, behaviours, and responses to
stress can have an impact on our overall health
 Health psychology studies these impacts, as part of the broader field o
MAT 2371: SOLUTIONS TO HOMEWORK 2
2.13a,b,f
We do each part separately:
a: We have
10
1
1 = (1 + 2 + 3 + 4) = ,
c
c
so c = 10.
b: We have
1 = c(1 + 2 + 3 + . . . + 10) = c(55),
1
so c = 55 .
c: We have
1=c
x=0
1
(x + 1)(x + 2)
(
=c
x=0
1
1
)
x+1 x+2
c
MAT 2371: SOLUTIONS TO HOMEWORK 3
2.610
Let X be Poisson with mean = 9, so that = 3. We calculate
P[9 6 < X < 9 + 6] = P[3 < X < 15]
= P[X = 4] + P[X = 5] + . . . + P[X = 14]
94
95
914 9
= e9 + e9 + . . . +
e
4!
5!
14!
0.937.
3.110
We answer the parts
MAT 2371: SOLUTIONS TO HOMEWORK 4
3.311
We do the pieces in order:
(1) Let Z N (0, 1). We have
X 21.37
22.07 21.37
P[X > 22.07] = P[
>
]
0.16
0.16
= P[Z > 1.75] 0.0401.
(2) We rst calculate the probability that the rst grain weight, X, is less than 20.8
MAT 2371: SOLUTIONS TO HOMEWORK 5
4.41
We answer the questions in order:
(1) We have
2
fX (x) =
f (x, y)dy
0
2
3
=
xy 2 dy
16 0
3 8x
=
16 3
x
= ,
2
for 0 x 2. Similarly,
2
fY (x) =
f (x, y)dx
0
2
3
xy 2 dx
16 0
3
= (2y 2 )
16
3y 2
=
,
8
=
for 0 y 2.
(2)
MidTerm test for MAT2371, Fall 2015.
Introduction to Probability.
Time : 80 minutes
Name :
Student Number :
Calculators are permitted. This is an open book exam.
There are 2 short answer questions and 8 multiple choice questions.
The exam will be marked
Chapter 5: Developing Through the Life Span
Topics in this Chapter
Issues to keep in mind:
 Nature and nurture
 Continuity and stages
 Stability and change
Stages/ages covered:
 From conception to old age
Types of development:
 Physical
 Cognitive

Chapter 13 Personality
Overview: Ways of Looking at the Self
 Freudian/Psychodynamic views of the Unconscious parts of the self
 Humanistic view of the SelfActualizing Person
 Examining traits, including the Big Five Factors/Dimensions
 Social and Co
Chapter 10: Intelligence continued
Assessing Intelligence
 Assessment refers to the activity and the instruments used to measure
intelligence
 The challenge is to make these instruments valid (measure what they are
supposed to measure) and reliable (yie
MAT 2371
Midterm Examination Solutions
1. A point is chosen at random from the unit disc
S = cfw_(x, y) R2 : x2 + y 2 1.
What is the probability that the distance from the point to the origin is
less than or equal to 1/2?
If A is the event that the distan
MAT 2371
Final Examination  Solutions
PART A: Multiple choice.
Question
Answer
Question
Answer
1
D
9
C
2
B
10
D
3
A
11
B
4
C
12
A
5
D
13
A
6
C
14
D
7
E
15
C
8
E
Total
1. Suppose that 23% of Canadian adults have a pet. Find the probability that
among 3 Ca
MAT 2371
Midterm Examination
October 24, 2013
Time: 80 minutes
Professor G. Ivano
Student Number:
Family Name:
First Name:
This is an open book examination. Calculators are the only electronic
device permitted permitted. Record your answer to each questio
Answer Key for Exam A
Section 1. Identify Test
1. This is the rst question of the multiple choice. You have to get this one right! Mark it on your scantron
right away. The large framed letter next to
MAT 2371A
Midterm Examination  2014
Solutions
1. A and B are two events such that P (A B) = .3 and P (A B) = .7.
What is the probability that exactly one of the two events occurs? (Hint:
Draw a picture.)
P (cfw_A B cfw_A B) = P (A B) P (A B) = .7 .3 = .
MAT 2379A
Midterm Examination (with Solutions)
October 20, 2010
Time: 80 minutes
Professor Raluca Balan
Student Number:
Family Name:
First Name:
This is an open book examination. Only TI30 calculators are permitted.
Record your answer to each question in
5.0 The Lymphatic System
Chapter 20, Marieb and Hoehn
5.1 Describe the structure and explain the main functions of the vessels
and organs of the lymphatic system
2 parts: lymphatic vessels &
lymphatic tissues/organs
(i) lymphatic vessels: up to 3 L of
le
Chapter 10: Intelligence
Chapter Overview
 Definitions of intelligence
o One ability or many?
o The role of creativity and emotional intelligence
 How to construct tests to try to assess intelligence
 Intelligence stability, change, and extremes
 Gene
PSY1102 Notes
Chapter 4: Nature, Nurture, and Human Diversity
Genes: The building blocks of heredity and development
 Genes are parts of DNA molecules, which are found in chromosomes in the
nuclei of cells
Chromosomes and Inheritance
 The human genome i
MAT 2371: SOLUTIONS TO MIDTERM
Short Answer
Question 1. For i cfw_1, 2, 3, 4, let Ai be the event that component i is working. Let W
be the event that the circuit is working. Then
P[W ] = P[A1 (A2 A3 ) A4 )]
= P[A1 A2 A3 ] + P[A1 A4 ] P[A1 A2 A3 A4 ]
= P[