Last update: 9-Dec-2013

**Homework: **For those using a different edition of the textbook, I’ve
added the first few words in each assigned problem.

Different
editions often have the same problems but numbered differently.

Wed, Sep
4: Chap 2:

9, 13,
14, 17

Mon, Sep
9: Chap 2:

29 Two
additional juniors are needed..

37 A
businesswoman in Philadelphia

55 A
study is to be conducted in a hospital

59 Five
cards are dealt …a) 3 aces and 2 kings

71 If
two events, A and B, … P(A)=.5, P(B)=.3, and P(A and
B)=.1

74 One hundred
adults were interviewed … Load Burden

Mon, Sep
16: Chap 2:

77ach: A
study of posttreatment behavior of…

95: Two
events A and B are … P(A)=.5 and P(B)=.2 …

129:
Males and females are observed to react…

133: A
student answers a multiple choice…

137:
Five identical bowls labeled…

Mon, Sep
23: Chap 3:

1: When
the health department tested

3: A
group of four components is known

9: In
order to verify the accuracy

23: In a
gambling game a person draws

27: A
potential customer for an $85,000 fire

35: Consider
the population of voters described in Example 3.6

41: A
multiple-choice examination has 15 questions, each

Exam 1,
Monday, September 23

Covers
Sections: 2.1 thru 2.10

3.1, 3.2

Mon, Sep
30: Chap 3:

39: A
complex electronic system

41: A
multiple-choice examination has 15

61: Of
the volunteers donating blood

67:
Suppose that 30% of the applicants for a

73: A
certified public accountant (CPA) has

Mon, Oct
7: Chap 3:

103: A
warehouse contains ten

107: A
group of six software packages

115: Suppose
that a radio contains

119:
Cards are dealt at random and without replacement

Mon, Oct
14: Chap 3:

127: The
number of typing errors

131: the
number of knots in a

187:
Consider the following game: A player throws

193: Two
assembly lines I and II have the same

Mon, Oct
21: Chap 4:

11:
Suppose that Y posses the density function f(y)=cy,
0<=y<=3

15: As a
measure of intelligence, mice

21: If,
as in Exercise 4.17, Y has density function f(y)=(3/2)y^2+y

31:
Daily total solar radiation for

49: A
telephone call arrived

51: The
cycle time for trucks hauling concrete

Mon, Oct
28: Chap 4:

58: Use
Table 4, … a. P(0<=Z<=1.2) …

59: If Z
is a standard normal … a. P(Z>z0)=.5 …

63: A
company that manufactures and bottles…

73: The
width of bolts of fabric

75: A
soft-drink machine

Exam 2,
Monday, October 28

Covers
Sections: 3.3, 3.4, 3.5, 3.7, 3.8

4.1,
4.2, 4.3, 4.4, 4.5

You do
not have to memorize the formulas for probability

And
density functions for the random variables in Chapters

3 and 4. I will supply the following list during
the test:

Mon, Nov
4; Chap 4:

93, 97

Chap5:
1,3

Wed, Nov
13 (Monday is a holiday)

Chap 5:

19: In Exercise 5.1, we determined … number
of contracts…

25: Let
Y1 and Y2 have joint density function first encountered in Exercise 5.7

f(y1,y2)=e^(-y1+y1), y1>0, y2>0

0
else

36: …
Employees I and II … joint density ….

f(y1,y2)=y1+y2, 0<=y1<=1, 0<=y2<=1

, else

45: In
Ex 5.1, we … number of contracts awarded.

Mon, Nov
25; Chap 5:

51, 55,
60, 77, 81

Exam 3,
Monday, November 25

Covers
Sections 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, 5.5

Mon, Dec
9; Chap 6:

1abc Let
Y … f(y)=2(1-y), 0<=y<=1

3ab A
supplier of keroscene …

5 The
waiting time Y until delivery

15 Let y
have … F(y)=1-e^(-y^2), y>=0

17 A
member of the power family

FINAL
EXAM: Wednesday, Dec 11, 5:30 in the usual room.

Comprehensive
final with emphasis on material from Chapter 6:

Sections 1, 2, 3, 4. I will
supply the same formula sheet that was used

for
Exam 2.