ENM 503 - Probability and Statistics (Homework #6)
Fall Semester, 2015
M. Carchidi
Problem #1 (15 points) - Arrivals Into A Bank
Statistical analysis has revealed that the yearly age distribution of all the
people in a small community that use a specific
ENM 503 - Probability and Statistics (Homework #3)
Fall Semester, 2014
M. Carchidi
Problem #1 (30 points)
A box contains four (4) silver rings and one (1) gold ring. You have in your
hand three (3) fair coins which you drop on the table. You now select fr
ENM 503 - Probability and Statistics (Homework #5)
Fall Semester, 2014
M. Carchidi
Problem #1 (15 points) - A Friendly Coin Flipping Game
You and your friend both have coins. When your coin is ipped, the probability it comes up heads is p and when your fr
ENM 503 - Probability and Statistics (Homework #1)
Fall Semester, 2014
M. Carchidi
Problem #1 (15 points)
Consider an n n chessboard. The gure below shows the case for n = 8.
An 8 8 Chessboard
a.) (8 points) If sn equals the number of squares (of all size
Probability and Statistics
(ENM 503)
Michael A. Carchidi
October 27, 2014
Chapter 5 - Discrete Random Variables
The following notes are based on the textbook entitled: A First Course in
Probability by Sheldon Ross (9th edition) and these notes can be view
ENM 503 - Probability and Statistics (Homework #4)
Fall Semester, 2015
M. Carchidi
Problem #1 (20 points)
A box contains four (4) silver rings and one (1) gold ring. You have in your
hand three (3) fair coins which you drop on the table. You now select fr
ENM 503 - Probability and Statistics (Homework #2)
Fall Semester, 2014
M. Carchidi
Problem #1 (20 points)
A ternary word of length n is a sequence of n digits from the alphabet
cfw_0, 1, 2. Let Sn be the set of all ternary words of length n with the prope
ENM 503 - Probability and Statistics (Exam #1)
Fall Semester, 2014
M. Carchidi
Problem #1 (10 points)
Suppose that each side of an upward pointing equilateral triangle is divided
into n equal parts and that these parts are used to partition the original
t
Probability and Statistics
(ENM 503)
Michael A. Carchidi
December 7, 2015
Chapter 8 - Properties of Expectation
The following notes are based on the textbook entitled: A First Course in
Probability by Sheldon Ross (9th edition) and these notes can be view
ENM 503 - Probability and Statistics (Homework #7)
Fall Semester, 2015
M. Carchidi
Problem #1 (20 points) - Computing Average Distance
Suppose that X U [0, L) and Y U[0, L), compute (as a number times
L) the average distance between the point (X, Y ) and
Probability and Statistics
(ENM 503)
Michael A. Carchidi
December 1, 2015
Chapter 7 - Jointly Distributed Random Variables
The following notes are based on the textbook entitled: A First Course in
Probability by Sheldon Ross (9th edition) and these notes
ENM 503 - Probability and Statistics (Homework #6)
Fall Semester, 2015
M. Carchidi
Problem #1 (15 points) - Arrivals Into A Bank
Statistical analysis has revealed that the yearly age distribution of all the
people in a small community that use a specific
ENM 503 - Probability and Statistics (Homework #5)
Fall Semester, 2015
M. Carchidi
Problem #1 (30 points) - An Independent Sum of Geometrics
Suppose that X1 is geometric with parameter p1 and X2 is also geometric
but with perhaps a dierent parameter p2 .
ENM 503 - Probability and Statistics (Homework #1)
Fall Semester, 2015
M. Carchidi
Problem #1 (20 points)
Consider the points (0, 0) and (7, 9) in the xy plane and suppose in traveling
from (0, 0) to (7, 9), only the steps
R: (x, y) (x + 1, y)
and
U: (x,
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Probability and Statistics
(ENM 503)
Michael A. Carchidi
October 20, 2015
Chapter 4 - Conditional Probability and Independence
The following notes are based on the textbook entitled: A First Course in
Probability by Sheldon Ross (9th edition) and these no
Probability and Statistics
(ENM 503)
Michael A. Carchidi
September 21, 2014
Chapter 2 - More On Combinatorics (The Art of Counting)
The following notes are based on the textbook entitled: An Introduction to
Discrete Mathematics by Steven Roman (2nd editio
ENM 503 - Probability and Statistics (Homework #2)
Fall Semester, 2015
M. Carchidi
Problem #1 (20 points)
A ternary word of length n is a sequence of n digits from the alphabet
cfw_0, 1, 2. Let Sn be the set of all ternary words of length n with the prope
Probability and Statistics
(ENM 503)
Michael A. Carchidi
October 12, 2015
Chapter 3 - Introduction to Sets and Probability
The following notes are based on the textbook entitled: A First Course in
Probability by Sheldon Ross (9th edition) and these notes
Probability and Statistics
(ENM 503)
Michael A. Carchidi
September 30, 2015
Chapter 2 - More On Combinatorics (The Art of Counting)
The following notes are based on the textbook entitled: An Introduction to
Discrete Mathematics by Steven Roman (2nd editio
ENM 503 - Probability and Statistics (Take-Home Exam #1)
Fall Semester, 2016
M. Carchidi
Instructions:
1.) You must do all of the following three take-home problems worth 8, 9 and
8 points, respectively, for a total of 25 points.
2.) You are to do these w
Review of System (subjective)
Ask:
How are you feeling today?
Are you in any discomfort?
What brought you to the hospital?
Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences
NUR 111 Health Assessment Documentation Form
ROS Findings
Physical Assessment (objective)
Ge
Evaluating the Credibility of an Online Source
Consider the source
Does the source have a history of reporting credible information?
Does the source vet sources and verify the facts of the reports it publishes?
Is your source respected as an authority on
1.
How would you describe the aesthetic display for this
website? Does it lend itself to credibility and
professionalism?
I would say the display is welcoming. It looks very
trustworthy and professional. I would also agree that it is
credible.
2.
If there
Ova Prima:
1.
How would you describe the aesthetic display for this website? Does it
lend itself to credibility and professionalism?
This website is different than the previous one. It looks credible, it is just set
up differently. The professionalism of
Review of System (subjective)
Ask:
How are you feeling today?
Are you in any discomfort?
What brought you to the hospital?
Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences
NUR 111 Health Assessment Documentation Form
ROS Findings
Physical Assessment (objective)
Ge