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Mathematics 502 probability and statistics

By Nasser M. Abbasi 12/15/07

 

Introduction: This course part of my Masters degree in Applied Mathematics at California State University, Fullerton

Instructor and course official web site
http://math.fullerton.edu/mori/

Professor Mortaza Jamshidian

 Department of Mathematics

 800 N. State College Blvd.

 Fullerton, CA 92834

E-mail: mori@fullerton.edu

 

Phone: 714-278-2398 (office)

            714-278-3631 (Dept.)

Fax:     714-278-1431

TextBook

Amazon web site book link

 

Table of content page1 page2 page3 page4 page 5 page 6 page 7

 

HW list list of HWs to do

Porjects List of projects to do.

Figures List of figures by instructor

 

Syllabus course syllabus

 

Course meeting time

 

Projects

First project 60/60

Second project 10/10

 

 

HWs

HW1 PDF additional matrial HTML

My solution to problem 90 chapter 4 PDF

 

HW Solution keys

Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 chapter 8 chapter 9

Quizes

quiz

date

link

grade

1

8/29/07

PDF (graded) HTML

16/20

2

9/12/07

PDF (graded) HTML

14/20

3

9/24/07

PDF (graded) HTML

18/20

3

 

HTML (long version)

 

4

10/18/07

PDF (graded) HTML

19/20

5

10/20/07

PDF (graded) HTML

20/20

6

10/30/07

PDF (graded solution) HTML

15/20

7

11/27/07

PDF (graded) HMTL (corrected version)
PDF for corrected problem 3
Mathematica notebook (corrected version)

Text data file gamma-arrivals.txt

16/20

 

Quiz key solutions

 

This is the key solution for quiz 1 up to quiz 6 PDF

 

My lecture notes

These are my notes taken during the lectures. 26 lectures in total.

All_lectures.pdf (80 MB)

 

Small note on solving this problem: Let U1, U2, U3 be independent random variables uniform on [0,1]. Find the probability of the roots of the quadratic U1 x2 + U2 x + U3 are real PDF Mathematica_notebook

 

 

Exams

exam

date

My exam

Exam solution (KEY)

My score in exam

First

8/29/07

PDF questions.pdf

PDF

40%

Second

27/60

PDF

PDF

45%

Final

12/12/07

Exam questions [PDF]

 

HTML (my solution, not corrected)

 

PDF (my exam corrected)

 

126/160

(78.5%)