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Statistical Theory / Mathematical Statistics
Instructor: Richard A. Lockhart
Office: TLX 10546 Phone: 291-3264 Messages: 291-3331 e-mail: email@example.com
Wednesday 4 Dec 11:30-1:00, Thursday 5 Dec 9:30-2:00, Tuesday 10 December
9;30-10:30 and 12:30-2:00. I may not be in my office at all
times -- look around the math dept for me.
Course structure: These two courses will be conducted simultaneously, though the 801 students will get one more lecture hour per week at a time to be determined. Graduate students will get somewhat different assignments and a different final exam. The midterm exam will be common to the two groups.
Computing requirements: There will be a computational component to this course; details have yet to be determined. Graduate students will be required to do graphing and programming in S. THERE ARE NO JOBS FOR STATISTICIANS WHO CAN'T DO THE COMPUTING.
Grading: Assignments 20%, Midterm 20% and Final 60%. If you get a better mark on the final than on the midterm I will replace the midterm with the final. If you miss the midterm I will use the final in its place; there will be no make-up midterms.
Assignments: You may miss one with no penalty.
If you miss fewer I will drop your lowest assignment mark.
I will be
looking for well written explanations in answers since no one is interested
in unexplained calculations in the real world.
|Assignment 1||450 Questions|
|Solutions||Assignment 2||450 Questions|
|Solutions||Assignment 3||450 Questions|
|Solutions||Assignment 4||450 Questions|
|Solutions||Assignment 5||450 Questions|
|Solutions||Assignment 6||450 Questions|
|Solutions||Assignment 7||450 Questions|
|Solutions||Assignment 8||450 Questions|
A final from 1991. Most of the material on this old final would not be suitable for this course.