Stat 330A (Fall 2017): Syllabus
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Stat 330A: Probability and Statistics for Computer Science
Lecture location: Agron 2020
Lecture times: MWF 12:101:00
Instructor: Kevin Kasp
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Probability
Example:
Consider the Event C (a successful transmission) defined earlier.
From our experien
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Expected Value
Expectation For a discrete random variable X and a function h(), the
expected value of
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Uncertainty/Randomness
There are many situations where, because we have limited knowledge
about a proces
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Important Discrete Distributions
Several distributions occur often enough to be worth exploring.
We w
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Random Variables
Intuitive idea: If the value of a numerical variable depends on the outcome
of a rand
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Total Probability Law and Bayes Rule
Experiment: Treasure Hunt
Box 1 has two gold coins
Box 2 has one
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Geometric distribution
Review: X =number of repetitions of the experiment until we have the first
s
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Unordered Samples Without Replacement
Experiment: A box has n items numbered 1, . . . , n. Select k n it
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Conditional Probability
Example 1: A box has 5 computer chips. Two are defective. Two chips are
selected
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Joint PMF
Motivation: Real problems very seldom concern a single random variable.
As soon as more t
Stat 330 (Fall 2017): Homework 1
Due: August 30, 2017
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Stat 330 (Fall 2017): Homework 2
Due: September 6, 2017
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Stat 330 (Fall 2017): Homework 2
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Stat 330 (Fall 2017): Homework 4
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Math 207
Lesson 2: Gaussian elimination
Section 1.2
24 pts.
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Each problem is
Math 207
Lesson 3: Matrix arithmetic
Sections 2.1, 2.2
32 pts.
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Each problem
Math 207
Lesson 12: The matrix of a linear transformation
Sections 6.3
24 pts.
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Lesson 9: Linear independence, bases, and rank
Sections 4.4, 4.5, 4.6
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Lesson 7: Properties of determinants
Section 3.3
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Exam #1 Math 207 14/32/2017
Solutions
1. Are the following statements True or False. If true then give reasons, If false, then give a
counterexample.
(a) Let A, B and C be 2 2 matrices and let det(A)
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(1) Mark the most correct answer in the box for each problem:
[6 points]
(a) Let A, B, C be 2 2 matrices. Which of the following is NOT
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Instructor: Tathagata Basak
(1st September 2017)
1. Are the following statements true or false (No reason required).
[4 points]
(a) A system of 4 linear equations in 5 variables must ha
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Math 207: Matrices and Linear Algebra
Exam 1 Review Sheet Solution Key
1. I have coins of three denominations in my pocket: nickels, dimes, and quarters. I know that there are
13 coins in total,
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Exam 1 January 30
INSTRUCTIONS: Show all work. Answers without work will NOT receive full credit.
Clearly indicate your final answers. Only non-graphing cal