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- Sections 2.1 and 2.2. Section 1 introduces the following concepts.
- Section 3.4: The Binomial Probability Distribution
- Section 5.1: Joint Distribution of Random Variables (Only Discrete Case)
- Section 5.4: The Distribution of the Sample Suppose X1, X2, , Xn are identically independently
- Section 5.5: The Distribution of a Linear Combination
- Section 9.1: z-test and Confidence Interval for a Difference Between Two Population Means
- Section 9.4: Inference Concerning a Difference Between Population Proportions
- Solution # 2, Stat 511 1. Problem 2.12.
- Solution # 3, Stat 511 1. Problem 2.27.
- Solution # 5, Stat 511 1. Problem 3.28(version 6) or 3.29(version 7).
- Solution # 6, Stat 511 1. Problem 4.26(version 6) or Problem 4.28(version 7).
- Homework # 8, Stat 511 1. Problem 5.48.
- Homework # 9, Stat 511, Spring 2009 1. Problem 7.4.
- Homework # 10, Stat 511, Spring 2009 1. Problem 9.3. Because m = n = 45 are large, we can use the large sample case. The level 0.05 test
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- Solution to Homework # 3, Stat 517 V (Y ) = V (3X2 -X1) = 9V (X2) + V (X1) = 18 + k.
- Solution to Homework # 7, Stat 517 Solution: The loglikelihood function is
- Solution to Homework # 8, Stat 517 (a) The likelihood function is
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- Solution to Homework # 9, Stat 517 Solution: The likelihood function is
- Solution to Homework # 1, Stat 517 Solution: The PMF of X1 is
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- Solution to Homework # 2, Stat 517 Solution: Here we have
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- Section 7.2: Large-Sample Confidence Intervals for a Population Mean and Proportion
- Section 3.1: Random Variable Section 3.1 introduces the following concept re-
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- Chapter 1: Overview Probability is a subarea of mathematics.
- Chapter 5: Some Elementary Statistical Inferences 5.1 Sampling and Statistics
- Section 2.3: Counting Techniques
- Solution # 7, Stat 511 1. Problem 5.1.
- Solution to Homework # 6, Stat 517 Solution: The power function is
- Solution to Homework # 5, Stat 517 Solution: The 95% confidence interval for is
- Section 3.2: Probability Distributions for Discrete Random Variables
- Solutions to Methods in Fall 2006, Aug 10 2006, 8:00-12:00 1. (a) The loglikelihood function is
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- Section 9.5: Inferences Concerning Two Population Variances
- Formulae for Confidence Interval and Hypotheses Testing Stat 517, Spring 2011
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- Section 8.2: Test about a Population Mean Case 1: A Normal Population with known .
- Section 7.3: Interval based on a normal population distribution
- Solution # 2, Stat 511 1. Problem 2.12.
- Building the Regression Model II: Diagnostics In this chapter, we try to develop several method to find whether the model assumptions are
- Building the Regression Model I: Model Selection and Validation Sections 9.1 and 9.2 Overview
- Building the Regression Model III: Remedial Measures After diagnose the model and something was detected, there may needs adjustment for model
- Solution # 3, Stat 511 1. Problem 2.27.
- Review of Normal-Related Distribution The univariate normal distribution. The PDF (probability density function) of a normal
- Solution # 4, Stat 525 1. Problem 8.4
- Solution # 5, Stat 525 1. Problem 9.11.
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