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Syllabus for MATH 2321, Calculus 3 for Science and Engineering
Northeastern University, Fall 2017
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Syllabus for MATH 3081: Probability and Statistics
Fall 2015
This course provides an introduction to probabilty and statistics. The goal is develop the mathematical
tools for modeling uncertainty and
Continuous Random Variables
The probability density function (PDF) of a random variable
X of continuous type with a space S is an integrable
function, f (x), that satisfies the following conditions:
f
Bernoulli Trial
Bernoulli trial is a random experiment whose outcomes are
classified as one of the two categories.
(S, F ) or (Success, Failure) or (1, 0)
X(Success) = 1, X(Failure) = 0
Example
Tossi
MTH U681
HW on joint distribution
October 26, 2015
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Problems 1 to 3 relate to the following information. Three individuals are running a one kilometer race. The
completion time for each individual
MTH 4681
HW 2
October 1, 2015
Name:
1. Let X be the random variable for the sum obtained by rolling two fair dice.
(a) What are the P (x) and F (x) functions for X?
(b) What is Var[X].?
(c) What is th
MTH 4681 2 Answers
October 14, 2015
1. Let the random variable X have the moment generating function
3t
e
,
1 t2
MX (t) =
1 t 1.
What is the mean and variance of X, respectively?
(A) 1 and 2
(B) 1 and
MATH 4681
Homework on the Poisson process
November 9, 2015
Name:
1. Suppose the number of calls a center receives is a Poisson process with a mean of 10 calls a minute.
(a) Find the probability that t
MTH 4681 (Prof. Malioutov): Replacement Test 4
November 23, 2015
NAME:
1). Consider the following joint distribution of X and Y .
-4
2
7
X
1
Y
1
6
1
6
1
6
5
1
4
1
8
1
8
Find E(X), E(Y), COV(X,Y, Var(X
In section 1.1, We discuss the Cartesian coordinate plane and graphing. At first, we must remember
that the coordinate plane or system consists of two number lines drawn perpendicular to each other.
T
In Section 1.5, various types of equations are discussed.
The first type is radical equations such as 2 x 5 4 0 . In solving this type equation, you
follow these steps:
1. Isolate the radical (one if
In Section 2.1 the author discusses a few tips in graphing equations by hand. The first is that the
intercepts are generally simple to find, and anyone looking at the graph will notice these points
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Takehome 1
Math 3081 Fall 2011
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Spring
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2013
Takehome
NOTE:
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Ethics
Point Paper 1
In todays highly globalized world, the importance of ethical international business has grown
exponentially. But just as businesses are growing, crossing national boun
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Assignment 1
International Business
The presentation talks about the growth of globalization and how today it is a quintessential
part of the American economy. What initially began around 1200 AD by c
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New Report 1
International Business
The Economic Meltdown in Greece
The Situation:
It all began during the 2008 housing bubble in the United States. When the global economy
was struggling
MATH2321, Calculus III for Science and Engineering, Fall 2017
Quiz 1 [10 points]
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a.) [4 points] For the given points a and b in R3 , determine the displacement
vector fro