STP 421 (S Q EW 10 N April 4, 2016
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1. (15 pts.) If a contractors prot on a construction job can be looked upon as a continuous random
variable having the probabi
Homework 4 SOLUTION
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Chapter 4, from the Problems set: 21, 22,
Homework 6 (due Wednesday, April 20)
# 1. Let X E(2). Find the density function fY of Y = X 3 . (Note: Dont forget to find fY (y)
for all y R.)
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# 2. Let Z N (0; 1). Recall that the c.d.f. of Z is (z
Homework 4 (due Monday, March 21)
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Chapter 4, from the Problems
Homework 2
Solution
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Chapter 2
From the Problems set:
2, 10, 18
De Moivre - Laplace Theorem (Normal Approximation of Binomial Distribution):
Let 0 < p < 1 be fixed and consider sequence of binomial distributions Sn Bin(n; p), n N.
Denote n = E[Sn ] = np, as well a
General note: For each chapter in our textbook, there are three problem sets: Problems, Theoretical
Exercises, and Self-Test Problems and Exercises. Most homework problems you will get from the
Proble
Homework 2 (due Wednesday, Feb 10)
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Chapter 2
From the Problems
Homework 3 (due Monday, Feb 22)
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Chapter 3
From the Problems se
Homework 7 (due Monday, April 25)
# 1. An equilateral triangle has one vertex at the origin of Oxy plane, one vertex at (1, 0), and
one in the 1st quadrant. Suppose you choose one of these three verti
Homework 6
Solution
# 1. Let X E(2). Find the density function fY of Y = X 3 . (Note: Dont forget to find fY (y)
for all y R.)
Solution: Since X 0, we have thatY 0 and so fY (y) = 0 for y < 0. For y 0
Homework 3
SOLUTION
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Chapter 3
From the Problems set:
5, 6, 11,
Homework 5
Solution
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Chapter 5, from the Problems set: 3, 5, 13
Spring 2016
Probability (STP 421)
Class #: 30587
Class time: MW 3:00 4:15pm, in LL14 (Durham Language & Literature Building)
Instructor: Dr. Marko amara
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Homework 1. Solution
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Chapter 1
From the Problems set:
8, 10, 1
Homework 5 (due Friday, April 1)
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Chapter 5, from the Problems
SOLUT ION
STP 421 EXAM 1 February 25, 2016
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1. (15 pts.) How many different words can you make from the letters in the word
(a) dear; 41
(b) deer ? 2
2. (15 p
Homework 3
SOLUTION
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Chapter 3
From the Problems set:
5, 11, 18
Homework 1. Solution
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Chapter 1
From the Problems set:
8, 10, 1
Homework 2
Solution
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Do the following problems from the textbook (9th edition).
Chapter 2
From the Problems set:
2, 10, 18
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Intro to Stats: HO3.2.1: Hypotheses
Use this reference sheet to define the following important terms and concepts.
Hypothesis:
Null Hypothesis:
Alternate Hypothesis:
Example: A tire company claims tha
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