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## Math 4311 Probability and Statistics II

### Statistical Tables

### Slides/Notes

### Exam Reviews

### Actuarial Exam Review

Actuarial Exam P Sample Questions

### Sample R Code

### Labs

Lab 3 due 4/17 farmdata.txt

Lab 2 due 3/22

Lab 1 due 1/25 sat-data.txt

### Homework

Hw13 due 4/24: p. 397 (1a, 3a--d, 5)

Hw12 due 4/10: p. 308 (16 (You don't need to derive these formulas -- just compute the confidence intervals)) and p. 365 (13, 14) and p. 373 (15).

Hw11 due 4/5: p. 364 (11, 13)

Hw10 due 4/3: p. 362 (1, 5, 7) and p. 380 (5, 7, 9)

Hw9 due 3/1:

- Confidence intervals for a population mean: p. 306 (1, 3, 9, 11)
- Confidence intervals for the difference of two means: p. 315 (1, 3, 9abc, 11). There are three different approaches on the problems in section 7.2. We will discuss them more on Monday.

Hw8 due 2/22: MLE Homework.

Hints:

- In today's class, both MLE's were equal to the sample mean, but this will not be the case for every problem on this homework.
- Refer to the front cover of your text for the p.m.f. f(x) for the geometric distribution.

Hw7 due 2/15: p. 216 (1--3)

Hw6 due 2/13:

- Central Limit Theorem: p. 205 (1, 7, 13)
- Normal Approx. to Discrete Distributions: p. 210 (1, 3, 11, 15). On problem 1, use the binomcdf command instead of Table II.

Hw5 due 2/6: p. 198 (1, 3, 5)

Hw4 due 2/4: p. 190 (3, 5, 7, 21).

Hw3 due 2/1: p. 170 (1, 3, 7a) p. 179 (1) p. 186 (1, 3, 13)

Hw2 due 1/23: p. 159 (1, 7, 11, 13) and a bonus problem.

Hw1 due 1/18: p. 154 (11, 17, 19) and actuarial exam problems (119, 125)