EE304 - Assignment 1 Solutions
Question 1
E, F and G are events with P (E) = 0.65, P (F ) = 0.4, P (G) = 0.6,
P (EF G) = 1. Further, P (EF ) = 0.3, P (EG) = 0.35, P (F G) = 0.2.
Calculate:
(i) P (E F
EE304 Probability and Statistics - Tutorial 2 Solutions
Question 1
(i) A country has 7 major cities. Each pair of these cities is connected by a
direct rail link. How many rail links are needed?
Solut
The Normal or Gaussian Distribution
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The Normal or Gaussian Distribution
The Normal Distribution
The normal distribution is one of the most commonly used
probability distribution for a
The Poisson Distribution
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The Poisson Distribution
Poisson Distribution
In many practical situations we are interested in measuring how
many times a certain event occurs in a specic ti
EE304 Probability and Statistics - Tutorial 2
Question 1
(i) A country has 7 major cities. Each pair of cities is connected by a direct
rail link. How many rail links are needed?
(ii) How many distinc
EE304 Probability and Statistics - Tutorial 1 Solutions
Question 1
A fair coin is tossed three times. What is the probability of getting:
(i) exactly two heads?
Solution:
There are a total of 2 2 2 =
EE304 Probability and Statistics - Tutorial 1
Question 1
A fair coin is tossed three times. What is the probability of getting:
(i) exactly two heads?
(ii) exactly 1 tail?
(iii) at least 1 tail?
Quest
The Binomial Distribution
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The Binomial Distribution
Bernoulli Trials
Denition
A Bernoulli trial is a random experiment in which there are only
two possible outcomes - success and fail
Some Simple Counting Rules
EE304 - Probability and Statistics
Semester 1
Some Simple Counting Rules
Counting
If all outcomes are equally likely, the probability of an event E is
given by
|E |
|S|
wher
EE304 - Tutorial 3 Solutions
Question 1
A communications system sends the bits 1 and 0 over a noisy channel. 52% of
all bits transmitted are 1. The probability of a transmitted 1 being received
as a 0