COUNTING
RANDOM VARIABLES
EX = n P(X = n) + .
Var x = E(X2) (EX)2
DISTRIBUTIONS
CONTINUOUS
NORMAL
UNIFORM
EXPONENTIAL
CLT
Binomial for with replacement. Above is without replacement = hyper.
Ex of bi and hyper is n x (k/n) which is np
SECTION:
Penultimate
Math 3A, Section 4, Fall 2013
Not December 13, 2013
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SECTION:
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Math 3A, Section 4, Spring 2013
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SECTION:
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Math 3A, Section 4, Not Spring 2013
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MATH 21 Midterm 2
Spring semester 2009
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MATH 3A: SAMPLE FINAL EXAM
SOLUTIONS
(1) Consider the function y= x2 1 . +4
Find all asymptotes, critical points and inflection points. Sketch a graph of the function.
Solution. There is one horizontal asymptote, at y = 0, and no vertical asymptotes. The