STA 301 Applied Statistics Spring 2008, Section B Homework #9 - Key Due Friday, April 11 Question 1: Upon winning the World Series in 2006, the St. Louis Cardinals players and coaches celebrated by d
Chapter 1: Introduction to Statistics and Data Analysis CHAPTER 1 - INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS AND DATA ANALYSIS Theme for the course: "The manner in which data are generated and collected determines
Chapter 5: Some Discrete Probability Distributions CHAPTER 5 - SOME DISCRETE PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTIONS
(But we'll only cover one of them)
In this chapter we introduce a discrete probability distribut
STA 301 Applied Statistics Spring 2008, Section B Homework #4 Due Wednesday, February 13 Question 1: A candy dish contains a mixture of plain and peanut M&Ms of various colors. We have the following
STA 301 Applied Statistics Spring 2008, Section B Homework #4 - Key Due Wednesday, February 13 Question 1: A candy dish contains a mixture of plain and peanut M&Ms of various colors. We have the foll
Chapter 2: Probability PROBABILITY The Frequentist Notion of Probability Consider a process that can be repeated over and over again (forever), independently and under the same conditions. Probability
STA 301 Applied Statistics Spring 2008, Section B Homework #7 - Key Due Wednesday, March 12
Question 1: Suppose Z is a random variable having a standard normal distribution. Calculate the following
STA 301 Applied Statistics Spring 2008, Section B Homework #10 - Key Due Wednesday, April 16 Question 1: Prior to a national election, a Democratic campaign staffer conducted an opinion poll to deter
STA 301 Applied Statistics Spring 2008, Section B Homework #3 Due Monday, February 11 Question 1 (p. 39, #2.10)
An engineering firm is hired to determine if certain waterways in Virginia are safe fo
STA 301 Applied Statistics Spring 2008, Section B Homework #5 - Key Due Friday, February 29 Question 1: (p. 73, #2.109)
A truth serum has the property that 90% of the guilty suspects are properly ju
STA 301 Applied Statistics Spring 2008, Section B Homework #3 - Key Due Monday, February 11 Question 1 (p. 39, #2.10)
An engineering firm is hired to determine if certain waterways in Virginia are s
/Name: Yifan Wang
/Date: September 9th,2016
/Class: CSE174 E
/Description: draw a house
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STA 301 - Homework 5 Key
Fall 2016
Question 1
A random variable X has the following density function:
f (x) = 6x(1 x),
x (0, 1).
The mean and variance of X are:
=
1
2
2 =
1
20
a) Find the mean of g(
IMPRESSIONISM
Degas' sculpture stands outside the mainstream of nineteenth-century
French sculpture. He was never interested in creating public monuments,
and, with one exception, neither did he displ
STA 301 - Homework 7
Fall 2016
Due Friday, November 11
Note: you may use R to perform your computations. Along with your answers, please submit the R code
used to generate them. Otherwise, you should
STA 301 - Homework 6
Fall 2016
Due Wednesday, October 26
Note: you may use R for any probability calculations. Along with your answers, please submit the R code
used to generate them. Otherwise, you s
STA 301 - Homework 4 Solutions
Fall 2016
A discrete random variable X has the following probability mass function:
Question 1
x cfw_0, 1, 2, 3.
f (x) = c(x + 1),
Find the value of c to make f (x) a va
STA 301 - Homework 6 Solutions
Fall 2016
Question 1
A random sample of size 100 is drawn from a normal distribution with mean 150 and standard deviation 15.
Find the probability that. . .
a) the first
Parnassus
Anton Raphael Mengs, 1761
Mengs was the leading artist of early Neo-Classicism.
The Oath of Brutus
Gavin Hamilton, 1767
The oath was sworn as a promise of individual revenge
against a corrup
IMPRESSIONISM
Claude Monet, Wheatstacks (Snow Effect), 1890-91.
IMPRESSIONISM
Claude Monet, Wheatstacks (Morning Snow Effect), 1890-91.
IMPRESSIONISM
Claude Monet
The Japanese
Bridge
1899.
IMPRESSIONI
Chapter 2: Probability
CHAPTER 2 PROBABILITY
We now begin to build the foundation on which inferential statistics is built. In this chapter, we
examine ways to describe and analyze chance outcomes tha
Chapter 2: Probability
PROBABILITY
The Frequentist Notion of Probability
Consider a process that can be repeated over and over again (forever), independently and under
the same conditions. Probability
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Exam 3 review notes
Corresponds to content from Homework 5 and Application Project 1
Corresponds to content from the following classes/notes:
o 10-2-2015 (random samples) through 10-30-2015 (Excel ove
STA 301 Homework 2 Revised - KEY (20 pts)
Due: In class, Friday, September 11th
1. The table below lists accidental deaths by age and certain specific types for the United States in
2002.
a. A randoml
STA 301 Homework 1 (22 pts) - UPDATED
Due: In class, Friday, September 4th
1. A consumer magazine article titled How safe is the Air in Airplanes reports the air quality, as
quantied by the degree of
STA 301 - Homework 2 Solutions
Fall 2016
Question 1
(p. 43, #2.10)
An engineering firm is hired to determine if certain waterways in Virginia are safe for fishing. Samples are
taken from three rivers.
STA 301 - Homework 1 Solutions
Fall 2016
Question 1
At the end of a semester, an instructor compiles his final grade distribution, resulting in the table below:
Grade
% Students
A
B
C
D
F
25
30
25
15
STA 301 - Homework 3 Solutions
Fall 2016
Question 1
(p. 60, #2.56 - modified)
An automobile manufacturer is concerned about a possible recall of its best-selling four-door sedan. If there
were a recal
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/Name: Yifan Wang
/Date: September 9th, 2016
/Section: CSE174 E
/Description: prints an imitation of a Piet Mondrian painting.
public class Artcfw_
public static void main(String[] args)cfw_
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/ Class contains the code to display federal sales tax rate.
public class TaxRate
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/ main method of the class
public static void main(String[]args)
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/ Animal speaking a greeting
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public static void main(String[]args)
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/Name:Yifan Wang
/Date:September 9th,2016
/Class:CSE174 E
/Description: Translate English to another language
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public static void main(String[] args)cfw_
System.out.println