SIEO 3600.002 Introduction to Probability and Statistics Prof. Chenxin Li
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Solutions Assignment #3
1. A group of 5 boys and 10 girls is lined up in random order - that is, each of the 15! is assumed to b
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QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY AT KINGSTON Department of Economics ECONOMICS 351* - Fall Term 2003 Introductory Econometrics Fall Term 2003 DATE: TIME: INSTRUCTIONS: MID-TERM EXAM Tuesday October 28, 200
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QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY AT KINGSTON Department of Economics ECONOMICS 351* - Section A Introductory Econometrics Fall Term 2002 DATE: TIME: INSTRUCTIONS: MID-TERM EXAM Monday October 28, 2002. 8
Chapter 24 out of 37 from Discrete Mathematics for Neophytes: Number Theory, Probability, Algorithms, and Other Stuff by J. M. Cargal
24 The Bonferroni Inequality
The Bonferroni inequality is a fairly obscure rule of probability that can be quite useful.1