Stat 100 -Intro Probability
Homework 5
J. Sanchez
UCLA Department of Statistics
Instructions
(1) No late homework accepted under any circumstances.
(2) Must hand in in person to prof. Sanchez at the b
STAT 100A/Sanchez Practice questions for Midterm 2.
ANSWER KEY WILL BE GIVEN IN LECTURE ON WEDNESDAY. NO COMMENTS ON THIS EXAM
WILL BE GIVEN UNTIL THEN. AS I SUMMARIZE THE TOPICS FOR THE EXAM, STUDENT
Stat 100 -Intro Probability
Homework 5
J. Sanchez
UCLA Department of Statistics
Instructions
(1) No late homework accepted under any circumstances.
(2) Must hand in in person to prof. Sanchez at the b
Stat 100 -Intro Probability
Homework 7
J. Sanchez
UCLA Department of Statistics
Instructions
(1) No late homework accepted under any circumstances.
(2) Must hand in in person to prof. Sanchez at the b
Stat 100 -Intro Probability
Homework 4 Winter 2013
J. Sanchez
UCLA Department of Statistics
Instructions
(1) No late homework accepted under any circumstances.
(2) NOTICE EXCEPTION THIS WEEK BECAUSE O
Stat 100 -Intro Probability
Homework 8 (last hwk)
J. Sanchez
UCLA Department of Statistics
Instructions
(1) No late homework accepted under any circumstances.
(2) Must hand in in person to prof. Sanch
13.2.25
Jointly Distributed Discrete
Random Variables
Two variable case
February 2013
Stat 100/Sanchez-Intro Probability
1
Announcements
Homework 6 due Wednesday, Feb. 27th,
beginning of lecture.
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Announcements
Homework 1 due on Wednesday, Jan 16th at the !
beginning of class. Homework turned in later !
will lose points. !
TA session room has changed. Starting this week, !
go to Boelter 2444
Notes
Random variables
Discrete Random Variables
Juana Sanchez
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UCLA Department of Statistics
January 28, 2013
J. Sanchez
Stat 100A Intro Probability
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Homework
Notes
Random variables
Discrete Random Variables III
Juana Sanchez
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UCLA Department of Statistics
February 2, 2013
J. Sanchez
Stat 100A Intro Probability
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Home
Stat 100A/Sanchez
Winter 2013. Examples of applications of the CLT.
Done in lecture. Please, watch video for full lecture.
Student scores on exams given by a certain instructor have mean 74 and standa
Stat 100 -Intro Probability
Homework 7
J. Sanchez
UCLA Department of Statistics
Instructions
(1) No late homework accepted under any circumstances.
(2) Must hand in in person to prof. Sanchez at the b
Stat 100 -Intro Probability
Homework 8 (last hwk)
J. Sanchez
UCLA Department of Statistics
Instructions
(1) No late homework accepted under any circumstances.
(2) Must hand in in person to prof. Sanch
Stat 100A/ Sanchez
More examples on Bivariate Discrete distributions.
Example 1. Use the table to follow the discussion in the slides.
Example (Ross, 7th Editio
Notes
Random variables
Discrete Random Variables IV
Juana Sanchez
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UCLA Department of Statistics
February 5, 2013
J. Sanchez
Stat 100A Intro Probability
Announcements
Notes
Homew
Notes
Application of Independence to Genetics. Risk and
Odds.
Juana Sanchez
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UCLA Department of Statistics
January 26, 2013
J. Sanchez
Stat 100A. Conditional Probability
Announce
Notes
Random variables
Continuous random variables
Juana Sanchez
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UCLA Department of Statistics
February 8, 2013
J. Sanchez
Random Variables-Continuous
Announcements
Notes
Practi
Notes
Continuous Random Variables: The Gamma
Density,Uniform density, Density of functions of a
random variable
Juana Sanchez
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UCLA Department of Statistics
Feb 11, 2013
J. Sanch
Memory Management
You dont understand the power
of the dark side Darth Vader
Stephen DeSalvo, UCLA 2014
Stack vs Heap size
comparison
The stack is a small amount of memory
that contains most of the v
Appendix Lecture:
Style Conventions
Variable Names
Variable names should be short, descriptive, NEVER abbreviations.
If a variable has no explicit meaning, or is being used almost solely
as a dummy
T and T&
(and how theyre different from T*)
You will never be the same after this
lecture
In the beginning
there was C, and everything in C was about
pointers.
And why not? Pointers are a very powe
Welcome to PIC 10 _
Fill in the blank where appropriate
_ Programming
Enrollment note
If you are not already enrolled in the
course, you can only get into this class via
the waitlist. No PTE numbers.
13.2.25
From last day: Covariance
between two random variables.
The multinomial distribution.
New: Joint continuous densities
(I)
Feb 24th
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Stat 100/Sanchez-Intro Probability
UCLA Dept o
Notes
Independent Events
Juana Sanchez
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UCLA Department of Statistics
January 23, 2013
J. Sanchez
Stat 100A. Conditional Probability
Announcements
Notes
Homework 2 is due Today a
Stat 100 -Intro Probability
Homework 6 Key
J. Sanchez
UCLA Department of Statistics
Instructions
(1) No late homework accepted under any circumstances.
(2) Must hand in in person to prof. Sanchez at t
Notes
Conditional Probability
Juana Sanchez
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UCLA Department of Statistics
January 18, 2013
J. Sanchez
Stat 100A. Conditional Probability
Announcements
Notes
Homework 2 is due on
Stat 100 -Intro Probability
Homework 6
J. Sanchez
UCLA Department of Statistics
Instructions
(1) No late homework accepted under any circumstances.
(2) Must hand in in person to prof. Sanchez at the b
Notes
The Bivariate Normal density
Juana Sanchez
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UCLA Department of Statistics
February 28, 2013
J. Sanchez
Joint densities: Bivariate Normal
Announcements
Notes
Homework 6 due
Notes
Stat 100A. Introduction to Probability
Probability dened in Sample Spaces with equally likely
outcomes.
Juana Sanchez
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UCLA Department of Statistics
Reference: Ross, chapte