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## PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

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# PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS STAT 310

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Date Created: 10/19/15
Spring 2004 Stat 310 Probability and Statistics Instructor David W Scott 2095 Duncan Hall 713 348 6037 scottdwriceedu httpwwwstatriceeduscottdwstat310 TuesdayThursday 100 220 BL 131 Of ce Hours MonWed 130 230 Apptdrop byemail Grading 15 homework pledged but you may discuss problems with others 28 1st exam not closed book take home liberal partial credit 29 2nd exam not closed book take home liberal partial credit 30 final exam take home open book liberal partial credit The first exam will be handed out 212 due 216 The second exam will be handed out 318 due 322 The final exam will be handed out 422 various due dates The course divides roughly into thirds i classical and modern probability ii probability distributions and random variables iii statistical methodologies estimation and testing You are responsible for all lecture material in addition to assigned portions of textbook and handouts Lecture material will not usually duplicate the text Homework will be returned within one or two class periods so late homeworks will not generally be accepted While there will not be a computer lab supplementary material will be posted on my web site when announced On Monday and Wednesday evenings beginning at 530 there will be a help session with Brooke Lathram in Duncan Hall 1042 The session will end at 630 if homework is due the next day otherwise the session will end at 600 On examinations points over 100 are usually counted 15 max 103 or 104 The homework contains an extra 2 total of percentages is 102 Thus you can skip a homework and still receive full credit The extra 2 is available as full bonus points The first few homework assignments will be on line at the web site given above Text Hogg and Tanis7 Probability and Statistical Inference Prentice Hall 2001 6th ed Order of Material Discussed in Lectures and Reading Assignments Lecture Topics Read 1 general Chapter 1 not review 2 introduction probability sets 21 22 23 3 axioms counting 24 4 conditional prob Bayes theorem independence 25 5 reliability discrete random variables Binomial 31 33 6 Poisson continuous rv7s negative exponential 35 41 42 7 expectation moment generating functions 41 32 34 8 normal chebychev 44 68 9 decision analysis notes 10 transformations chi squared 45 43 11 joint rv7s 51 53 54 12 independence correlation 51 52 13 bivariate cov box muller transformation 55 14 sampling central limit theorem 61 64 67 15 sample statistics regression 6253 16 other distributions 63 43 66 17 estimation approximation 11714 65 18 likelihood method of moments 71 19 minimum distance estimation histogram theory notes 20 confidence intervals 72 73 74 21 polls 75 76 22 regression 78 79 23 testing 81 24 testing 82 25 TBA includes review of exams 26 TBA visualization research TBA

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