PROBABILITY FOR ENGR APPL
PROBABILITY FOR ENGR APPL ECSE 4500
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Date Created: 10/19/15
Rensselaer Electrical Computer and Systems Engineering Department ECSE 4500 Probability for Engineering Applications Recitation 1 Wednesday August 27 2008 Review of Relevant Mathematics ref Appendix A in Stark and Woods SampW text 1 sum of Geometric Series and related a Consider the formula 1 oo 2a 1 n0 7 1 Under what conditions on a is the formula correct Why b More generally7 we have7 for n2 gt n1 n2 n1 n11 17a 7 nn1 which holds for any value of 1 except a 1 Find this result by using the formula as 5 ani1 7 am where S Zn a Why is the above formula true for the geometric series nn1 c Now de ne a generating function as oo Zanz 710 1 Show that G1 20012 whenever oil lt 1 2 Show that G 1 2200 not 17am whenever lal lt 1 This result will be used for nding the average value of the soecalled geometric random variable 3 How can we nd 2200 n2a 2 Integration by Parts The integration by parts formula is as follows uxdvx Z 7 abvxduac a Use the integral Abdomen to derive the above formula b Use integration by parts to perform the following integral 5 xexdac 0 c Perform the following integral om 3 exp72x 4dac d What is the value of the integral oo 12 exp721dac 3 di erention of integrals We Will have need to differentiate integrals7 Where the upper limit is a variable or function d x 2d dag0 11 d 0 2d dag1111 as E 0 a Evaluate the derivative b Evaluate the derivative c What is the derivative 302 y2dy 4 Mathematical Induction The principle of mathematical induction is stated as Let S be a set of integers lf 1 E S and k E 8 implies that 16 1 E S then all positive integers are in 8 Use this principle to prove7 for 0 lt a lt 117 that a gt If for all positive integers n
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