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STAT 321

Spring 2013
STAT 321: PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
SPRING, 2013
REVIEW SHEET FOR EXAM #1
MONDAY, APRIL 15
TOPICS
WHAT TO BRING



population v. sample, types of
sampling, sampling variation
observational study v. experiment
observational
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Winter 2008
Winter, 2008
Tuesday, Jan. 15
Stat 321 – Lecture 5
Probability Rules (2.2)
Special case: In situations where the outcomes of an experiment are equally likely to occur (e.g.,
tossing a fair coin), the exact probability of an outcome is 1/N, where N is the
Probability and Statistics for Scientists and Engineers
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Winter 2008
Stat 321  HW 1 Solutions 1) This activity asks you to consider the value of statistics ratings that you and your classmates gave to Statistics in the Stat 321 Initial survey (1=completely useless to 9=extremely important). The responses of the first
Probability and Statistics for Scientists and Engineers
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Winter 2008
Stat 321  HW 1 Due beginning of class, Tuesday, Jan. 15 1) This activity asks you to consider the value of statistics ratings that you and your classmates gave to Statistics in the Stat 321 Initial survey (1=completely useless to 9=extremely importa
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
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Spring 2014
STAT 321: PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
SPRING, 2014
EXAM #3, VERSION #1
You will need to follow along with your exam.
1.
a.
b.
c.
d.
Since the points in the normal probability plot lie close to the 45 line, the sample percentile
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
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STAT 321: PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
SPRING, 2013
Homework F
1.
Statement (ii) is the best answer: The variance of an estimator measures how close repeated values of the
estimator are to each other. This is the issue of precis
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
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Spring 2014
STAT 321: PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
SPRING, 2014
EXAM #1, VERSION #2
You will need to follow along with your exam.
1.
a.
b.
The observational units are silicon pillars (n = 50).
The distribution of heights of these 50 silicon
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
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Spring 2013
STAT 321: PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
SPRING, 2013
ASSIGNMENT FOR WEEK #1
Reading: Chapter 1. This week, you will read a lot of material that we wont cover in class (other
than me answering questions), but you are still respons
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
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Spring 2014
STAT 321: PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
SPRING, 2014
EXAM #2, VERSION #3
You will need to follow along with your exam.
1.
Let F = fraudulent tax return and R = redflagged return (so Rc = greenflagged). Construct a tree diagram:
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
STAT 321

Spring 2013
STAT 321: PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
SPRING, 2013
ASSIGNMENT FOR WEEK #5
Reading: This week, we begin Chapter 4 (were skipping Chapter 3, and well come back to
Chapter 2 later). Read Sections 4.14.4, which discuss six importa
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
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Spring 2013
STAT 321: PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
SPRING, 2013
ASSIGNMENT FOR WEEK #8
Reading: First, return to Section 2.5, and focus on the subsection The Mean and Variance of a
Sample Mean (pp. 123124).
Next, read Section 4.2 starting
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Spring 2013
STAT 321: PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
SPRING, 2013
ASSIGNMENT FOR WEEK #7
Reading: First, read all of Section 2.5. This section reviews rescaling properties then discusses
linear combinations of independent random variables. W
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
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Spring 2013
STAT 321: PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
SPRING, 2013
Homework C
1.
Let X = the number of sampled contracts with cost overruns, so X ~ Bin(20, .2).
20
= =
a. P ( X 4) (.2) 4 (.8)16 = .2182
4
b.
=
=
P( X < 3) P( X= 0,1, 2)
20
2
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
STAT 321

Spring 2013
STAT 321: PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
SPRING, 2013
Homework A
1.
a.
b.
c.
False. As indicated in parts b and c, whether or not we conclude that the new process is better
(meaning the true defect rate for the process is less tha
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
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Spring 2013
STAT 321: PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
SPRING, 2013
ASSIGNMENT FOR WEEK #3
Reading: Section 2.3. Theres a lot of material in this section, and we will cover some of it
Monday of week 4. But you should read the entire section now
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Spring 2013
STAT 321: PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
SPRING, 2013
REVIEW SHEET FOR EXAM #2
MONDAY, APRIL 29
TOPICS
WHAT TO BRING
Conditional probability & independence
 definition of conditional probability
 testing for independence
 tree
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Spring 2013
STAT 321: PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
SPRING, 2013
REVIEW SHEET FOR FINAL EXAM
SUNDAY, JUNE 9, 2:10PM5:00PM, IN ROOM 14249
TOPICS
Jointly discrete random variables
 joint probability mass function
 how to calculate marginal
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
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Spring 2013
STAT 321: PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
SPRING, 2013
REVIEW SHEET FOR EXAM #3
MONDAY, MAY 13
TOPICS
I will provide the standard normal cdf
table, aka (z), from the textbook.
Discrete probability models

Binomial & Negative Binom
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STAT 321: PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
SPRING, 2013
Homework E
1.
Let X1, , X12 represent the weights of the 12 boxes, which we can treat as i.i.d. with n = 12
(obviously), X = 12.02 oz, and X = 0.03 oz.
a. Let S12 = X 1 + + X 1
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
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STAT 321: PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
SPRING, 2013
Homework B
1.
The tree diagram below shows the possibilities in this scenario (D = deploy).
0.99
D1
0.98
D2
0.01
0.02
2.
a. Using the tree diagram, P(D1 D2) = 0.99 + (0.01)(0.9
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
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Spring 2013
STAT 321: PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
SPRING, 2013
Homework D
1.
a.
By linearity of expectation, R = R1 + R2 = 50 + 100 = 150.
b.
Since R1 and R2 are independent, we have
2
2
2
R =+ = 52 + 102 125 R = 125 = 11.18
R1
=
R2
a.
B
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
STAT 321

Spring 2013
STAT 321: PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
SPRING, 2013
ASSIGNMENT FOR WEEK #9
Reading: First, skim Section 4.9. The concepts are more important than the mathematics in this
section. The author talks about the MSE of an estimator, w
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
STAT 321

Spring 2014
STAT 321: PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
SPRING, 2014
EXAM #2, VERSION #1
You will need to follow along with your exam.
1.
Draw a tree diagram. Let A = good = inside spec limits, Ac = bad = outside spec limits, R = redflagged, an
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
STAT 321

Spring 2014
STAT 321: PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
SPRING, 2014
EXAM #2, VERSION #2
You will need to follow along with your exam.
1.
Draw a tree diagram. Let A = good = inside spec limits, Ac = bad = outside spec limits, R = redflagged, an
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
STAT 321

Spring 2014
STAT 321: PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
SPRING, 2014
EXAM #1, VERSION #1
You will need to follow along with your exam.
1.
a.
b.
The observational units are silicon pillars (n = 50).
The distribution of heights of these 50 silicon
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
STAT 321

Fall 2009
HRT 281
Individual Practicum 3
Chicken Butchery
Objective: Student will demonstrate proper fabrication of a chicken
using the 6 piece cut method, preparation of two skinon airline
breasts, two bonein & skinon drumsticks, two boneless & skinon
thighs
S
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Winter 2008
Stat 321 Day 3
Measures of Spread
Announcements
Lab questions?
NHL: $209.78 NFL: $322.82
MLB: $147.72 NBA: $244.48
HW 1 (due Tuesday) questions?
Reminder: Office Hour today 13
Last Time Measures of Center
Mean = average all values
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Winter 2008
Stat 321 Day 2
Numerical Summaries (Ch. 1)
Reminders
Reading assignments in syllabus Bring calculator to class
Get out, turn on. Include graphs/output Remember labels and legends! Work together!
Lab 1
Questions?
Course Logistics
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Winter 2008
Winter, 2008 Stat 321 Lecture 4 Probability (2.1)
Monday, Jan. 14
Example 1 ("Monty Hall" Problem): Suppose that on a game show money is hidden behind one door, while pigs are hidden behind two other doors. A contestant picks a door, and then the
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
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Fall 2009
Due: 12/8/16
Investigation 15: German Tank Problem
You may work with one other person on this assignment, handing in one report with both names.
Wordprocessed reports are preferred to handwritten ones. Please copy/paste Minitab output
into a Word file a
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
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Fall 2009
Gabriel Bauer
Kenneth DeCarlo
Due:12/1/16
Investigation 14: Normal Rendezvous
You may work with one other person on this assignment, handing in one report with both names.
Wordprocessed reports are preferred to handwritten ones. Please copy/paste Minita
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
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Fall 2009
Gabe Bauer
Kenneth DeCarlo
Due:
Investigation 5: Simpson's Paradox
October 10, 2016
You may work with one other person on this, handing in one report with both
names. Wordprocessed reports are preferred to handwritten ones. Please start
early so that yo
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
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Fall 2009
Due:
Gabriel Bauer
Kenneth DeCarlo
October 4th, 2016
Investigation 3: Reducing Back Pain
You may work with one other person on this, handing in one report with both
names. Wordprocessed reports are preferred to handwritten ones.
A study published in the
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
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Fall 2009
Gabriel Bauer
Kenneth DeCarlo
Due:
October 20, 2016
Investigation 7: Ice Cream Prices
You may work with one other person on this assignment, handing in one report with
both names. Wordprocessed reports are preferred to handwritten ones. Integrate
approp