Student Name:
Student Number:
Faculty of Science
FINAL EXAMINATION
Mathematics 203
Principles of Statistics I
Monday, December 20th
9 a.m. - 12 Noon
Answer directly on the test (use front and back if necessary).
Calculators are allowed.
One 8.5 11 two-sid
MATH 203 Final Examination December 7, 2006 Student Name:
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McGill University Faculty of Science FINAL EXAMINATION
MATH 203 Principles of Statistics I December 7th, 2006 9 a.m. - 12 Noon Answer directly on the test (use front and back if nec
MATH 203 Principles of Statistics Midterm Exam 2 February 19, 2010 Time: 50 minutes Instructions: Answer all questions, show your reasoning-briefly, hand calculators are permitted, crib sheets are NOT, and write your name and student number on your answer
Math Statistics MATH 203 Student: Nicholas Nishikawa Student Number: 260316198 Professor: David Wolfson 1) pg. 134 3.42 For this problem we will assume that all dice pairing when two die are rolled have equally likely outcomes of 1/36. These outcomes will
Principles of Statistics 1
Lecture 9: Math 203
Abbas Khalili
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
McGill University
May 16, 2011
Lecture 9: Math 203 p. 1/4
Principles of Statistics 1
The most common parameter of interest
The population mean (average)
MATH 203
PRINCIPLES OF STATISTICS I
Assignment #2, due Tuesday, 19 May 2015, 18h
3.148 Bayess rule was applied to the problem of HIV testing in The American
Statistician (Aug. 2008). In North America, the probability of a person
having HIV is .008. A test
MATH 203
PRINCIPLES OF STATISTICS I
Assignment #1, due Monday May 11 2015, 18h
(2.62) Does a teaspoon of honey before bed really calm a childs cough? To
test the folk remedy, pediatric researchers at Pennsylvania State University carried out a designed st
MATH 203: Principles of Statistics 1
Assignment #1
Due: 11:59PM on Wednesday, September 30, 2015
Instructions: Assignments must be uploaded on myCourses in a single file PDF
format, and must be legible. All problems are chosen from the 12th edition of McC
MATH 203
PRINCIPLES OF STATISTICS I
Assignment #4, due Tuesday, 24 March 2015, 18h
6.66 Researchers at the Terry College of Business at the University of Georgia sampled 344 business students and asked them this question: Over
the course of your lifetime,
Lecture 2
LEARNING GOALS:
1. Understand how any kind of data can be stored in binary.
2. Learn how unsigned and signed integers are stored in binary.
3. Learn how character data is stored in binary.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
2.1
BITS, BYTES AND WORDS
2.2
NUMBER B
Chapter 3 tips on notation
For Assignment #2, it will be helpful to be able to use Rmarkdown to work through probability calculations.
There are two aspects to this. The first is to figure out how to write equations that are nicely aligned. For
example, i
Outline
Samples vs
Population
Population versus sample
Sample
statistics
Properties of
X
Expectation and variance of X
Distribution of X
Central Limit
Theorem
Central Limit Theorem
Simulated
example
Theoretical
example
More
examples
Examples
Putting it al
MATH 203
PRINCIPLES OF STATISTICS I
Instructor: Jos Correa, PhD
e
Oce: BH 1233
Teaching in MDHAR G-10: Mon/Tue/Wed/Thr, 11:0513:25
Oce hours: Mon/Tue/Wed/Thr, 13:3014:30
Textbook: Statistics, 12th edition, James T. McClave & Terry Sincich
COURSE OBJECTIVE
MATH 203
PRINCIPLES OF STATISTICS I
Assignment #4, due Monday, 1 June 2015, 18h
8.8 Consider a test of H0 : = 4. In each of the following cases, give the
rejection region for the test in terms of the z-statistic:
(a) Ha : > 4, = 0.05
(b) Ha : > 4, = 0.10
MATH 203
PRINCIPLES OF STATISTICS I
Assignment #3, due Tuesday, 26 May 2015, 18h
5.66 An evaluation of the habitats of endangered salmon species was performed in Conservation Ecology (December 2003). The researchers
identied 734 sites (habitats) for Chino
Probability: Notes for Problem Solving
For any event E , 0 P(E ) 1. Never give a probability that is
either < 0 or > 1 as an answer!
Generally, the phrase the proportion of . is used interchangeably
with the probability of.
Venn diagrams are helpful for v
MATH 203: Principles of Statistics 1
Midterm Solutions
February 15, 2012
Note: All 4 versions of the exam had the same questions, although their order was rearranged. The
order on these solutions is from Version 4.
Question 1 (10 marks): A laboratory slid
Outline
Properties of
continuous
distributions
Properties of continuous distributions
Uniform
Uniform distribution
Distribution
Normal
istribution
Using the table
Standardizing
Examples
Reversing the
problem
Normal
approximation to the
Binomial
Assessing
COMP 350 Numerical Computing
Assignment #2: Overflow, underflow, numerical cancellation
Date Given: Wednesday, September 21. Date Due: 5pm, Friday, September 30, 2016
Submit your assignment including your code through myCourses.
1. (8 points) For any x 0,
MATH 203
PRINCIPLES OF STATISTICS I
Assignment #1, due Thursday 29 January 2015, 18h
2.8 In grade school, did your teacher have a pet in the classroom? Many
teachers do so in order to promote humane education. The Journal of
Moral Education (March, 2010)
MATH 203
PRINCIPLES OF STATISTICS I
Assignment #2, due Friday, 13 February 2015, 18h
3.30 In New Hampshire, about half of the counties mandate the use of reformulated gasoline. This has led to an increase in the contamination
of groundwater with methyl te
MATH 203
PRINCIPLES OF STATISTICS I
Assignment #3, due Thursday, 12 March 2015, 18h
4.24 Entomologists are continually searching for new biological agents to
control the water hyacinth, one of the worlds worst aquatic weeds.
An insect that naturally feeds
COMP 350 Numerical Computing
Assignment #3: Solving linear systems.
Date given: Saturday, October 1. Date due: 5pm, Friday, October 14, 2016
1. (3 points) Solve the following system using GEPP (Gaussian elimination with partial pivoting):
4
4 4 8
x1
10
COMP 350 Numerical Computing
Assignment #1: Floating Point Computing
Date Given: Friday, September 9. Date Due: Wednesday, September 21, 2016
This assignment will be marked by Mr. Yi Chang (yi.chang@mail.mcgill.ca)
There are two options to submit your ass
MATH 203
PRINCIPLES OF STATISTICS I
Assignment #5.1, due Thursday, 2 April 2015, 18h
8.8 Consider a test of H0 : = 4. In each of the following cases, give the
rejection region for the test in terms of a test-statistic with the Normal
(0, 1) distribution: