New! The course total column in the Moodle grades now makes sense and agrees with the numbers that were used to assign letter grades. The grade distribution of course totals shows the distribution of these course totals, so you can see where you ranked in the whole class, among graduate students, or among undergraduate students.
New! Grades for the final exam are in Moodle.
New! Solutions for the final exam have been posted. (Follow the Exam Solutions link in the navigation to the left. The user name and password are the same as last semester and the same as announced in class.)
New! New errata posted. There were errors on both the final exam test form and in the solutions originally posted. None effected anyone's performance on the exam as far as we can tell, so no adjustment of the grading was necessary. (Follow the Errata link in the navigation to the left.)
Solutions to homework assignment 12 posted. (Follow the Homework Solutions link in the navigation to the left. The user name and password are the same as last semester and the same as announced in class.)
New section in navigation to the left, Old Exams, has links to all exams from previous years.
The second midterm will be in our usual classroom (Vincent 16) because there aren't any other classrooms available for that date.
Two new handouts posted. (Follow the Course Notes link in the navigation to the left.) Neither handout will be covered on homework or tests. The main point of the one on the asymptotic joint distribution of empirical sample moments is that there is such a result. The details don't matter (unless you actually have to use that some time). The main point of sample mean versus sample variance as an estimator of the parameter of the Poisson distribution is that we can calculate the ARE and find out which one is better.
The recordings are may or may not be available for most students. If you try to view the recordings and cannot, see the info on the Recordings page.
TA office hours posted on General Info page.
The web page for the review session is here.
This section does not have a textbook. For more information see the textbook section of the general information page.
|Exam||Date and Time||Location|
|First Midterm||Wednesday, February 25, 2015||Willey Hall 125|
|Second Midterm||Wednesday, April 8, 2015||usual classroom (Vincent 16).|
|Final Exam||10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Thursday, May 14||Anderson Hall 310|
The final exam time is set by the U.