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Wednesday we spent an hour on sampling theory and then looked at hypothesis testing to finish.
We will go through the sample exam on the board and then I will answer your questions if there are any. If there are none I will help one-to-one.
Please feel free to ask me questions about the exercises via email or even better on this webpage — especially those of us who struggled in the test.
More Exam questions can be found as follows. Google “CIT Exam Papers” and press the first entry. Go down to Mathematics.
- 2014 Semester 2 — MATH7021 — Q.1(a)
- 2014 Semester 1 — MATH7019 — Q.1, 2, 3(c)
- 2013 Semester 2 — MATH7021 — Q.1(a) [you only have TWO methods], 2(b)
- 2013 Semester 1 — MATH7021 — Q.1(a), 2(b)
- 2013 Semester 1 — MATH7019 — Q.1(a), 2(a)-(b), 3(c), 4(a)-(c)
- 2013 Autumn — MATH7019 — Q.1(a), 2, 4(a)-(d)
- 2013 Autumn — MATH7021 — Q.1(a), 2(b)
- 2012 Semester 2 — MATH7019 — Q.1 [(a) & (b) should be +M not -M], 2, 4(b)
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