STAT 340 - Assignment 4 - Winter 2014
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STAT 340 Assignment 3 Winter 2018
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1. In Wiarton (a small town north of here), there is a 2 taxi service (no kiddin
Additional practice questions on LEARN:
1. Explain in one sentence what a model is.
A model tries to capture key characteristics, aspects/functions of the system
under consideration.
2.
Give two pitfa
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Question 1: We generate, using R, data that follows from a
standard normal distribution. The code is:
data = rnorm(1000,0,1)
Interval
Observed Probability Expected
( ,1) (1,
Clicker Test S340 5A
Question 1: After midterm 1 I take a sample of 10
students midterms. A 95% confidence interval for the
mean midterm grade based on this sample is ( 70,80 ) .
Please answer each of
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Question 1. Consider the code below, which is used to generate a
random variable from a Binomial.
Binomial = function(u)
cfw_ x = 0
f = .7^2
F = f
while (u>F)
cfw_
f = f*.3/.7*(
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Question 1: What is the result of the following R codes?
Part A: pnorm(1.96,0,1)
A) 0 B) 0.5 C) 0.95 D) 0.975 E) None of the above
Part B: dbinom(1,2,0.5)
A) 0 B) 0.25 C) 0.5 D)
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People arrive at the Math C&D according to the following times (in
minutes):
1.8, 5.7, 7.1, 7.2, 9.1, 36.2, 41.9, 42.2, 53.4, 62.4, 63.9,
73.0, 84.9, 93.5, 97.6, 97.9, 104.8,
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Question 1: Consider the data: x=c(0.1, 0.25, 0.7, 0.8,0.85). Is
the data from a F ( x )=x for 0< x <1 ?
We start by building an ECDF:
^
Part i) The F values are:
A) c(1:5)/5 B)
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A random number generator randomly selects a
number uniformly between 0 and 100. i.e.
X U ( 0,100 )
. If 3 numbers are generated at random
1 What is the probability the maximum n
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STAT 340 Assignment 3 Spring 2016
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STAT 340 Assignment 2 Spring 2016
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STAT 340 Assignment 3 Winter 2018
Last (Family) Name:
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Cover Page: Plea
STAT 340 Assignment 2 Winter 2018
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STAT 340 Assignment 1 Winter 2018
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STAT 340 Assignment 2 Winter 2018
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Example:
I played resident evil 60 times on level 1. There are 6
zombies on level 1. I assume:
1.
2.
3.
4.
I dont die on level 1.
The chance I kill a zombie is 50%.
Killing one zombie is independent o
Example:
57 archers in the Olympics take 3 shots each
at a target. The number of targets each
archer hits is given in the table below:
X
0
1
2
3
frequency 12
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STAT 340 Test 2 Spring 2016
Basic Rules:
1. Only a math approved, non-programmable, non-graphical calculator is allowed.
2. Please put your cell phone in your bag. A cell phone that is within reach is
STAT 340 Test 2 Spring 2017
Basic Rules:
1. Only a math approved, non-programmable, non-graphical calculator is allowed.
2. Please put your cell phone in your bag. A cell phone that is within reach is
STAT 340 Test 1 Spring 2016
Basic Rules:
1. Only a math approved, non-programmable, non-graphical calculator is allowed.
2. Please put your cell phone in your bag. A cell phone that is within reach is
VB Question 1. Consider algorithm 1 which was used to estimate
= () [0,1].
#Algorithm 1:
x = runif(1000)
lx = x-x*exp(-x)
fx = exp(-x)
d=cov(lx,fx)/var(fx)
d
#[1] -1
mean(x+exp(-x)-x*exp(-x)-1+exp(-1)
STAT 340 Assignment 4 Spring 2016
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STAT 340 Assignment 4 Spring 2016
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STAT 340 Assignment 2 Spring 2016
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