ECSE-2500, Engineering Probability, Spring 2010, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

# Lecture 16

- Exercise 3.1 on page 130.
- Exercise 3.10 on page 131.
- Exercise 3.19 on page 132.
- Exercise 3.20 on page 132.
- Exercise 3.30 on page 133.
- Exercise 4.5 on page 215.
- Exercise 4.6 on page 215.
- Exercise 4.17 on page 217.
- Exercise 4.33 on page 218.
- Exercise 4.48 on page 219.
- Exercise 4.59 on page 221.
- iClicker based on Example 5.5 on page 238: What is p(1,2)?
- A: 1/16
- B: 1/8
- C: 1/4
- D: 3/8
- E: 9/16

- Example 5.8 on page 242. This shows that pairs of random variables can have complicated relationships. Here, for some unknown reason, the dice track each other. Each die, in isolation, is fair. Together, they're loaded.
- Example 5.9 on page 242.