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Syllabus; Homework at WebWork; Forum at Piazza.

Results for the final exam: Median = 61, Std = 19, top score = 94 (out of 100 possible).

Old final exams: S2013, S2013 solutions, F2014, S2015, S2015 solutions, F2015 with solutions.

Thusday's quizzes: Quiz 8, Quiz 9, Quiz 10, Quiz 11.

Lecture slides for Chapter 6: Slides-ch6 (updated on May 9).

Here are the solutions and the original test for the third midterm: Test 3 Solutions and Test 3.

Results of the third midterm: Median = 32, Standard Deviation = 14, Top score = 66 (out of 72 possible).

The third midterm covers the material in Chapter 5. Sample questions can be found in Test 3 - S2013, Test 3 - S2015 ( S2015 Solutions), and Test 2 - F2015 ( F2015 Solutions).

Lecture slides for Chapter 5: Slides-ch5 (updated April 18).

Here are the solutions and the original test for the second midterm: Test 2 Solutions and Test 2.

Results of the second midterm: Median = 34.5, Standard Deviation = 13, Top score = 68 (out of 73 possible).

For preparation, here is Test 3 from Spring 2013. and its solutions: Test 3 Solutions.

Examples of R-code: Example 1 - “Approximation of binomial distribution by normal”,
Example 2 - “Computing covariance by numerical integration”.

Lecture notes for Chapter 4: Slides-ch4 (updated on March 12, 2016).

Here are the solutions and the original test for the first midterm: Test 1 Solutions and Test 1.

Results of the first midterm: Median = 37, Standard Deviation = 11, Top score = 54 (out of 60 possible).

Here are the sample tests from Spring 2013: Test 1, Test 2, Test 1 Solutions, Test 2 Solutions.

A nice tutorial for R: Codeschool: Try R.

Slides for Chapter 3: Slides-ch3 (updated on March 12, 2016).

Lecture slides for Chapter 2 of the textbook: Slides-ch2 (updated on March 12, 2016). 