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Exam 2
2008 Summer II
M463
Numerical expressions may be left unsimplied.
1. You are using a metal detector to recover lost change at the beach. Suppose that on
average you nd one coin per every 4 square yards of sand. Use the Poisson distribution
to
Name:
Exam 1
2008 Summer II
M463
Numerical expressions may be left unsimplied, but I expect you to do sums of a geometric
series.
1. Suppose that 30% of IU Finite students have taken calculus in high school. Of those
who had calculus in high school, 80% g
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Exam 3
2008 Summer II
M463
Numerical expressions may be left unsimplied. Answers may be given in terms of .
1. Suppose X is a discrete R.V. with range N and probability distribution given by
P(X = k) = abk ,
where a and b are constants and 0 < b < 1
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Exam 4
2008 Summer II
M463
Numerical expressions may be left unsimplied. Answers may be given in terms of .
1. Suppose that X is a Gamma distributed R.V. with parameters = 2 and r = 1/2, and
suppose that Y is an independent Gamma distributed R.V. wi