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Office hours with G. Slade in MATX 1211: Monday 16:00-16:50, Wednesday 13:00-13:50, Friday 10:00-10:50.
Office hours with Saraí Hernández-Torres in BUCH B216: Thursday 12:30-13:50.
Octave resources are available
You should instal Octave on your computer as soon as possible (or MATLAB if you prefer).
|Assignment 1 (out Jan 6, due Jan 13)||Solutions|
|Assignment 2 (out Jan 13, due Jan 20)||Solutions|
|Assignment 3 (out Jan 20, due Jan 27)||Solutions|
|Assignment 4 (out Jan 27, due Feb 3)||Solutions|
|Test 1 (Feb 8)||Solutions|
|Assignment 5 (out Feb 10, due Feb 17)||Solutions|
|Assignment 6 (out Feb 17, due Mar 3)||Solutions|
|Assignment 7 (out Mar 3, due Mar 10)||Solutions|
|Assignment 8 (out Mar 10, due Mar 17)||Solutions|
|Test 2 (Mar 22)||Solutions|
|Assignment 9 (out Mar 24, due Mar 31)||Solutions|
On tests and the final exam you will be provided with
tables and, when appropriate,
Example for the Student-T table: If T has 3 degrees of freedom then P(T<2.353)=0.95 and P(|T|<2.353) = 0.9.
Recommended, fun, and accessible general reading about probability: Struck by Lightning by J.S. Rosenthal, and The Improbability Principle by D.J. Hand.
Gaussian distribution on the German 10 mark note.