MATH 3770
Test 1
September 23, 2010
No books or notes allowed. No laptop or wireless devices allowed. Write clearly.
Name:
Question:
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Total
Points:
30
30
20
30
110
Score:
MATH 3770
Test 1
Septe
Fall 04
Math 3770
Name:
Final
Bonetto
Page 1 of 9
1) Let X1 and X2 two discrete random variables with a joint p.m.f given by:
p(1, 0) = p(1, 0) = p(0, 1) = p(0, 1) = 0.25
while p(x1 , x2 ) = 0 in all
1) In a box there are 3 red balls and 3 blue balls. You extract a ball at random. Let X be the
random variable that describe the result of this extraction with X = 1 if the ball extracted
is red and X
Spring 06
Math 3770
Name:
Final
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4a
1b
4b
2a
4c
2b
4d
3a
4e
3b
5a
3c
5b
Bonetto
Page 1 of 8
1) Let X1 and X2 be two discrete random variables with a joint p.m.f given by:
p(1, 0) = p(1, 0) = p(0, 1)
Page 1 of 5
Spring 04
Math 3770
Name:
Final Exam
Bonetto
The test consist of 5 exercises witha total of 26 questions. You should solve 20
of them, of your choice, to get a full score.
1) Let X and Y b
Fall 04
Math 3770
Name:
Final
Bonetto
Page 1 of 9
1) Let X1 and X2 two discrete random variables with a joint p.m.f given by:
p(1, 0) = p(1, 0) = p(0, 1) = p(0, 1) = 0.25
while p(x1 , x2 ) = 0 in all
Spring 07
Math 3770
Name: _
Final exam
Bonetto
1a
1b
1a
2b
2
2d
2e
2f
3a
3b
4a
4b
4
5a
5b
Total
1
1. Consider the iruit shown in the gure. The system fails as soon as one of the two elements
fails. El
1) In a box there are 3 red balls and 3 blue balls. You extract a ball at random. Let X be the
random variable that describe the result of this extraction with X = 1 if the ball extracted
is red and X
Spring 06
Math 3770
Name:
Final
Bonetto
Page 1 of 8
1) Let X1 and X2 be two discrete random variables with a joint p.m.f given by:
p(1, 0) = p(1, 0) = p(0, 1) = p(0, 1) = 0.1
p(0, 0) = 0.6
while p(x1
Fall 05
Math 3770
Name:
Final
Bonetto
Page 1 of 9
1) Let X1 and X2 two discrete random variables with a joint p.m.f given by:
p(1, 0) = p(1, 0) = p(0, 1) = p(0, 1) = 0.125
p(0, 0) = 0.5
while p(x1 , x
MATH 3770 K
FALL 2012
COURSE POLICIES AND EXPECTATIONS
1. Course Information
Course
Lecture
Time/Location
Oce Hours
Oce
Website
Required Text
MATH 3770 K: Statistics and Applications
Allen K. Homeyer
MATH 3770
Test I
Thursday June 07, 2012
Houdr
e
Name:
Answer all questions; write neatly, show all work for full credit; closed books, no calculators. The point value for each problem is indicated. TH
Spring 06
Math 3770
Name:
Final
Bonetto
Page 1 of 8
1) Let X1 and X2 be two discrete random variables with a joint p.m.f given by:
p(1, 0) = p(1, 0) = p(0, 1) = p(0, 1) = 0.1
p(0, 0) = 0.6
while p(x1
Fall 04
Math 3770
Name:
Test 1
Bonetto
Page 1 of 4
1) The following number represent a sample of size n = 19 form a given population.
0.985 0.645 0.118 0.894 0.784 0.101
0.253 0.321 1.832 0.378 0.679
Spring 07
Math 3770
Name:
Test 1
Bonetto
Page 1 of 5
1) The following numbers xi , i = 1, . . . , 18, represent a sample of size n = 18 from a
given population.
2.1389 2.8132 2.4451 2.4660 2.6038 2.41
MATH 3770
Test 1
February 16, 2009
No books or notes allowed. No laptop or wireless devices allowed. Write clearly.
Name:
Question:
1
2
3
4
Total
Points:
32
36
22
10
100
Score:
MATH 3770
Test 1
Februa
Fall 04
Math 3770
Name:
Test 2
Bonetto
Page 1 of 4
1) In a bowl there are 3 balls numbered form 1 to 3. You extract two of them without
reinsertion. Let X1 the result of the rst extraction and X2 the
MATH 3770
Test 2
November 12, 2010
No books or notes allowed. No laptop or wireless devices allowed. Write clearly.
Name:
Question:
1
2
3
Total
Points:
40
40
30
110
Score:
MATH 3770
Test 2
November 12
MATH 3770
Test 2
March 16, 2010
No books or notes allowed. No laptop or wireless devices allowed. Write clearly.
Name:
Question:
1
2
3
4
5
6
Total
Points:
20
20
30
10
10
10
100
Score:
MATH 3770
Test 2
Math 3770 G: Statistics and Applications
Spring Semester 2014
Time: MWF 12:05-12:55 pm
Location: Coll of Computing 17
General information
Instructor:
Email:
Phone:
Oce:
Oce hours:
Text:
Note:
David Mu
Spring 07
Math 3770
Name: _
Final exam
Bonetto
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1b
1a
2b
2
2d
2e
2f
3a
3b
4a
4b
4
5a
5b
Total
1
1. Consider the iruit shown in the gure. The system fails as soon as one of the two elements
fails. El