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fall aces Class Syilebus for Math 311 ‘Text: Introduction to Probability ond its Applications, by Richard Scheaifer, Second Edition. sya blic) Shapter 2 Probab Geel) ya 4 brief resiew of st notation ~=—ZE Definition of probability . 2.4: Counting rules useful in probability 2.5: Conditional probability and independence 2.6: Rules of probability IW: pgs. 12:18: 2.1-2.4 ssseee HW: pgs. 19: 2.5-2.8 HW: pgs. 30-81: 2.11-2.17, 2.20, 2.21, 223 HWS pgs. 53-55: 2.97,2.28, 2.32, 2.34 HW: pgs. 56-57: 2.40,2.42, 243, 245 Chapter 3. Discrote Probability Distributions | 3: Random Variables and their Probability Distributions ............... HW: pgs. 72-78: 31-24, 3.6, 98 3:2: Expected Values of Random Variables ... HW: pas. 89-6: 3.11, 3.12, 2168.16, 318, 320 33: The Bernoulli Distribution eoeee 3.4: The Binomial Distribution | 8.5: The Geometrie Distribution 3.6: The Negative Binomial Distribution HW: pgs. 102-108: + $.40-2.49, 2.45, 240, 252 37: The Poisson Distribution . + HW: pgs..108-109: : 3.54-3.56, 3.60, 3.61, 3.67 3.8: The Hypergeometrie Distribution ---v-vv- CHW: pgs. 119-118: : 8.71, 373, 274, 3.79, 380 CHW: pes, 05:98 .29-3.27, 8.33, 3.38 Chapter 4, Continuous Probability Distributions 41: Continuous Random Variables and their Probability Distributions HW: pgs. M4145: 4.2-6.8 4.2: Bzpected Values of Continuous Random Variables eS HW: pgs. 149-150: 4.10-413, 43: The Uniform Distribution + HW: pgs. 154-185: 4.15, 4.17, 4.20, 4.21, 4.25, 4.29 44: The Exponential Distribution é «HW: pgs. 160-161: 4.30, 4.52, 437 46: The Normal Distribution “HW: pgs. 184-186; 4.55-4.57, 4.61, 4.64-4.68 Chapter 5. Multivariate Probability Distributions” 5.1: Bivariate and Marginal Probability Distributions HW: pgs. 236-237: 6.1, 5.2, 5.4 5.3: Indeperndent Random Variables ...... . «s-HW: pgs. 296-297: 55-58, 8.11 Sid: Expected Values of Functions of Random Variabes /-VHIW: pgs. 249-250: 6.17.5.19, 521 Chapter 7. Limit Theorems Taz The Central Limit theorem . seccceeccesseeHW: pgs, 992-928: 7.11, 722, 714, TAT, 7.24, 7.28 Selected topics from Statistics Notes will be handed out in class 1. Bstimation of porameters and confidence intervals 2. Hypothesis testing CHAPTER 2 PROBABILITY 2.1 There are 10 elements in P, 5 in M. and 13 in nether P nor M. Since there are only 25 elements in all, POM must contain 28 ~ 25 = 3 elements. This seting is described by the following Venn diagram, a. PM contains 3 elements, b. Pi contains 13 elements c. PA contains 7 elements, d. (PMU PM) contains 2 +7 =9 elements. 22 Let denote the event that Jim gets one ofthe jobs and D denote the event that Don gets one ofthe obs; similarly define M, 5, and N for Mary, Sue, and Nancy, respectively Considering unordered outcomes (i.c., JD is the same outcome as Di), all possible selections of two applicants from the five are: DIM Js CIN DM Ds DN MS MN SN b. A= (JD, JM, JS, IN, DM, DS, DN); ie., there are 7 elements in A © B= (JM, JS, JN, DM, DS, DN); ic. there are 6 elements in B. 4. The set containing two females is the complement of the set containing at least one male; ie. A= (MS, MN, SN) e. A= (MS, MN, SN} AB = B= (JM, JS, JN, DM, DS, DN} AUB = A+ (JD.JM, JS, JN, DM, DS, DN} AB = (JD, MS, MN, SN) 23° Verification of A(BUC) = ABUAC TM for 4, BB for BUC mm for AB, EB for AC Crosshatched region is Region shaded atleast once is A(BUC) ABUAC Verification of AU (BC) (AUB) (AUC) TD tor A, Bor ac GMM for Ac, EB AB Region shaded at least once is Crosshatched region is Av (BC) (AUB) (ALO) 24 Verification of AB = AUB: Lo ML tr FT for AB om 4, Shor Shaded region is AB Region shaded atleast once is AUB