RMI 3750
Answer Key Problem Set 1
Please show enough work for me to verify that you worked through the problem (e.g., if I
ask for a probability, dont just write down a number. For example, if the sol
RMI 3750
Fall 2013
Problem Set #1
Due on 9/18/2013.
Please show enough work for me to verify that you worked through the problem. For
example, if the solution using permutations / combinations techniq
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Fall, 2013
Problem Set #3
Due Wednesday, 11/06/2013. If you use Microsoft Excel to answer a problem, show
enough work (e.g., describe the math of what you are doing) to allow me to award part
RMI 3750 Spring 2015
Georgia State University
Homework #1
Date due: January 20, 2014
Question 1
Answer the following questions. Write out your answers, clearly showing the steps taken to get to your
a
RMI 3750 :Problem Set 2, due 10/2
1. Two jars contain coins. Jar I contains 7 pennies, 6 nickels and 8 dimes.
Jar II contains 5 pennies, 3 nickels and 1 dime. A jar is selected at random
and a coin is
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HOMEWORK 3
Due date: October 23, 2017
Hard copies only, no email submissions are accepted. Please show your work clearly.
1)
In a large population 15% of the people have type B+ blood. At a b
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HOMEWORK 2
Due date: September 27, 2017
Hard copies only, no email submissions are accepted. Please show your work clearly.
1) Let X be the random variable for the sum obtained by roll
Lecture 7
RMI 3750 HACI AKCIN
Applications for Discrete Random
Variables
The function Y=f(X)=aX+b;
E[f(X)]=E(aX+b)=a.E(X)+b
Var[f(X)]=Var[aX+b]=" .Var(X)
Analyzing Y=f(X) in general;
E[f(X)]=+ . (
RMI 3750 Midterm #2 Page 2 of 9 4/07/15
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1. (35 points) You are simulating distributions using the inversion method. Use the following
random numbers drawn from a uniform distribution between 0 and
0 U i
RMI 3750 Name (Print): 3 L (OIU
Spring 2015
Midterm #1
2/24/14
Time Limit: 120 Minutes
This exam contains 11 pages (including this cover page) and 5 problems. Check to see if any pages
are missi
A Collection of Dice Problems
with solutions and useful appendices
(a work continually in progress)
version October 6, 2015
Matthew M. Conroy
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Applications of counting rules. Conditional
probabilities. Independence
Florin Bidian
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January 19, 2016
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Florin Bidian : Applications of counting rules. Conditional pro
Random Variables. Measures of central tendency
and dispersion. Uniform and Binomial
distributions.
Florin Bidian
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February 2, 2016
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Florin Bidian : Random Variables. Me
Introduction
Probabilistic and set theoretic notation
Introduction to Probability
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September 12, 2016
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Florin Bidian : Introduction to Probability
Countin
Total Law of Probability and Bayes theorem.
Independence. Introduction to Simulation
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January 26, 2016
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Florin Bidian : Total Law of Probability and Bayes
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3. Elements of
Probability
Outline
3. Elements of Probability
Jiamin Ng
Office: 1145, RCB Building
RMI Department
Georgia State University
contact: [email protected]
Probability when
Outcomes are
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HOMEWORK 4
Due date: November 27, 2017
Hard copies only, no email submissions are accepted. Please show your work clearly.
1)
For a certain type of policy, an insurance company divides its cl