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BME 220: Problem Set
Due: Friday, October 23, 2015
1) Consider the distribution of total offensive points scored per game among NCAA
mens college basketball teams in a single season. This distribution is
approximately normal with a known population standa
BME 220: Problem Set 8 (SOLUTIONS)
Due: December 2, 2015
Part I: Correlation
1. Let and be independent random variables with means ! and ! , and
variances ! and ! , respectively. Compute the following:
a) 3 + 2 + 1
BME 220: Problem Set 2 (SOLUTIONS)
Due: Friday, April 10, 2015
Reading: Rosner Chapter 3
Part 1: Descriptive Statistics (Using MATLAB)
Review the document Intro to Data Analysis in MATLAB (posted on Canvas).
1) Download the dataset HOSPITAL.xlsx from Canv
BME 220: Problem Set 5 (SOLUTIONS updated)
Due: Friday, May 8, 2015
Reading: Rosner Chapters 6.7-6.8, 6.10-6.11, 7.1-7.4, 7.7, 7.9-7.10, 8.1-8.
Part 1: Rosner, Pgs. 196-201, Problems: 6.20, 6.27-6.29, 6.99-6.100, 6.112
6.20) A 95% CI for ! is given by
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(np/100)th and (np/100 + 1)th largest observation 2 x. 2 (xi _ X)
_ if n(p/100) is not an integer '9 the (k+1)th largest n 2 i=1 1 S2 = i=1
sample point Ext _ n _1
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2. A Mode: So named because it utilizes amplitude to display digital signals that are proportional to the
echo returned to the receiver, as a function of time.
BME 220: Problem Set 7
Reading: 516-534, 548-553
Rosner problems: 12.6 12.8, 12.14
Note: Not all solutions are in red below. Thats because it was easier for me to
manipulate the solutions in ppt and then cut and paste them in.
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BME 325 INTRODUCTION TO MEDICAL IMAGING FALL 2010-2011 A. SAHAKIAN ASSIGNED Friday 11/12/10 DUE Friday 11/19/10 1) For a 1.5 T MRI system (imaging protons) having a field gradient of 2 G/cm, determine the center frequency and bandwidth of a slice-selectio
BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING 325 INTRODUCTION TO MEDICAL IMAGING FALL 2010 A. SAHAKIAN THE LAST HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT ASSIGNED Monday 11/22/10 DUE Wednesday 12/1/10
1) Work Problem (7) on the previous homework (on noise figure).
2) Consider the following hypothet
BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING 325 INTRODUCTION TO MEDICAL IMAGING FALL 2010 A. SAHAKIAN HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT NUMBER 3 ASSIGNED Friday October 8, 2010 Due Friday October 15
1) 2) 3) 4) Define and explain the differences between the Roentgen, Rad and Rem. Describe
BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING 325 INTRODUCTION TO MEDICAL IMAGING FALL 2010 A. SAHAKIAN HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT NUMBER 5 ASSIGNED Friday 11/5/10 DUE Friday 11/12/10
1) A sample of 99mTc containing 10 mCi/mL was prepared at 8 am. If 0.5 mCi is to be injected into a p
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BME 325 Homework 3
1. a) Roentgen: Is defined as the unit of radiation that will free a
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measured independent of area. 1C/kg=3876 R, 1R=0.00877 Gy = 0.877 rads = 10mSv in dry air. An exposure
to 500 R (~5Sv) in 5 hour