Date Day Test (Room Solutions NPB 1002) Topics and Instructions Statistics JAN 28 T Mid term 1 (8:20 pm tto 10:10 pm) Room NPB 1002 The test covers up to section 2.2 of the book. 5 short multiple choice/fill in the blank problems similar to quiz 1 (2 points each). 2 long problems worth 10 points each; one each from chapters 1 and 2. The problems will be divided into subsections to guide you towards the solution. Bring your own work for HW1 and HW2, calculator, and pen. I will provide the scratch paper. I will be available January 27 in NPB 2255 for extra office hours. Test 1 solutions Statistics FEB 25 T Mid term 2 (8:20 pm tto 10:10 pm) The test covers material from section 2.3  up to section 3.3 of the book. 5 short multiple choice/fill in the blank problems (2 points each). 2 long problems worth 10 points each. The long problems will be divided into subsections to guide you towards the solution. Bring your own work for HW2, HW 3, and HW4, calculator, and pen. I will provide the scratch paper. Test 2 solutions Statistics APR 1 T Mid term 3 (8:20 pm tto 10:10 pm) The test covers material from section 3.4  up to section 4.4 of the book. 5 short multiple choice/fill in the blank problems (2 points each). 2 long problems worth 10 points each. The long problems will be divided into subsections to guide you towards the solution. Bring your own work for HW 4 and HW5, calculator, and pen. I will provide the scratch paper. Test 3 solutions Statistics MAY 2 F Final exam (7:30 am to 9:30 am) The test is cumulative. However, the 2 long problems worth 10 points each will be from chapters 5 and 6. The long problems will be divided into subsections to guide you towards the solution. The 5 short multiple choice/fill in the blank problems (2 points each) will be from chapters 1 thru 4.  Bring your own work for HW 6 and HW 7, calculator, and pen. I will provide the scratch paper. Final solutions Statistics

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