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GEORGIA TECHMATH 3670AllSpring

## MATH 3670 GT sol3770 2 Spring10

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Compute: the marginal p. m. f. px1 (x1) and the conditional p. m. f. px2|x1 (x2|x1). px1 ( 1) = 0. 125 px1 (0) = 0. 75 px1 (1) = 0. 125 px2|x1 ( 1|0) =
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GEORGIA TECHMATH 3670AllSpring

## MATH 3670 GT sol3770 1 Spring10

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1) in a bowl there are 3 balls numbered form 1 to 3. Let x1 the result of the rst extraction and x2 the result of the second one. Compute: the joint pr
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GEORGIA TECHMATH 3670AllSpring

## MATH 3670 GT pTest3770 2 Spring10

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1) the temperature variation from one day to another is found to be distributed normally with expected value 3f and variance 3f when temperature are me
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## MATH 3670 GT pTest3770 1 Spring10

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## MATH 3670 GT psol3770 2 Spring10

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1) the following numbers represent a sample of size n = 19 form a given population. 0. 624 1. 104 0. 273 0. 126 0. 618: compute the sample median and f
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GEORGIA TECHMATH 3670AllSpring

## MATH 3670 GT sol2p Spring10

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1) the following numbers xi, i = 1, . , 18, represent a sample of size n = 18 from a given population. 2. 1987 2. 5252 2. 8462 2. 2722 2. 2026 2. 0153:
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## MATH 3670 GT sol2 Spring10

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1) the temperature variation from one day to another is found to be distributed normally with expected value 3f and variance 3f when temperature are me
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## MATH 3670 GT sol1 Spring10

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A company produces personal computers and has two programs, program a and program b, to check if they work. If it fails test b it is discarded: the com
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GEORGIA TECHMATH 3670AllSpring

## MATH 3670 GT Midterm 2 Spring10

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Bonetto: the following number represent a sample of size n = 19 form a given population. 0. 624 1. 104 0. 273 0. 126 0. 618: compute the sample median
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GEORGIA TECHMATH 3670AllSpring

## MATH 3670 GT Midterm 1p Spring10

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Page 1 of 5: the following numbers xi, i = 1, . , 18, represent a sample of size n = 18 from a given population. 2. 1987 2. 5252 2. 8462 2. 2722 2. 202
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## MATH 3670 GT psol3770 1 Spring10

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Write clearly and show your work for every answer. February 17, 2016: the following numbers xi, i = 1, . , 17, represent a sample of size n = 17 from a
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## MATH 3670 GT mid3770 2 Spring10

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A costumer purcahases 10 bulbs from a shop. A working bulb has a probability of breaking down during the rst month of use equal to q = 0. 1. Write the
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