MAT2377
Monday 10:00-11:30 SCS E217
Wednesday 8:30-10:00 SCS E217
Text: Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers, fourth edition
by Douglas C. Montgomery and George C. Runger, Wiley 2007
The final grade will be assigned as
follows:
Final Examination 65%
Term test, 15% , Homework - Minitab 20%
There will be a review session at 19:00 in B05 at 585 KED on Tuesday December 9th plus Another review session before to be determined. If you wish to review your final exam, come to my office on January 16th between 1-3pm. A grade of less than 40% on the final is
an F regardless of the term work. Term test that are missed can be replaced by
the corresponding grade on the final but only if a certificate from the dean's
office is presented. Group homework is allowed (up to 4 people per group), just
include all the names on the paper. Copied homework is discouraged and will
receive a grade of zero -we don't want to mark the same thing twice. A word of
warning. Minitab output appears in all the term tests and the final so if you
don't practice working with Minitab on the homework *you are bound to have trouble!*
Office Hours
Tuesday 9:00-11:00
**Timetable**
**L1-Monday September 8: Class begins- Chapter 1
(scan it on your own), Chapter 2-1 see http://www.mste.uiuc.edu/reese/birthday/ **
**L2-****Wednesday September 10:**** Chapter 2-2 and 2.3. OC curve for the lot acceptance scheme discussed in class. This curve was generated by**
**1) using patterned data to put the number of defectives into C1**
**2) turn on the command window and type**
**LET k1=GAMMA(51)/(GAMMA(7)*GAMMA(45))**
**LET C2=C1*GAMMA(51-C1)/(GAMMA(6)*GAMMA(46-C1))+GAMMA(51-C1)/(GAMMA(7)*GAMMA(45-C1))**
LET C3=C2/k1
**3) Go under graphics and do a scatterplot of C3 versus C1**
**Assignment 1: 2.60, 2.62, 2.66, 2.70 Solution**
**L3-Monday September 15: Chapter 2.4, 2.5, 2.6 and 2.7**
**L4-Wednesday September 17: Chapter
3.1-3.3 **
**Assignment2: 2-78, 2-84, 2-92, 2-99, 2-114, 2.122 **** Solution**
**L5-Monday September 22: Chapter
3.4 - 3.6 ****assignment#1 is due**
**L6-Wednesday September 23: Chapter 3.7-3.9, ****assignment#2 is due**
**Assignment 3: 3-16, 3-36, 3-42, 3-78, 3-88, 3-114 **** Solution**
**L7-Monday September 29: Chapter 4.1-4.5 **
**L8-Wednesday October 1: Chapter 4.6 ****assignment#3 is due**
**Assignment 4: 4-12, 4-30, 4-34, 4-54, 4-68, 4-82 **** **** Solution**
**L9-Monday October 6: Chapter 4.7 **
**L10 -****Wednesday October 8: Chapter 5.1 ****assignment#4 is due**
**Assignment
5: 5-84 Please note that you don't need the central limit theorem
to solve this problem because the sum of independent normal random
variables is not approximately normal IT IS NORMAL, **
**Also do the central limit theorem problem 7.10 **** Solution**
**Holiday-****Monday October 13: Thanksgiving **
**L11-****Wednesday October 15: Chapter 5.2-5.6 ****assignment#5 is due**
L12-**Monday October 20: Review**
**Term test-****Wednesday October 22: based on the material up to and including 5.1** Sample1
**Sample2 Solution**
**Assignment
6: 1) The yield strength of steel cable is about 250 MPa where a
Pascal is one Newton per square meter. A bundle of steel cables
is made of 20 cables each of diameter 2.4 cm with a standard** deviation
of 0.2cm (you may assume the distribution of the diameters is normal
and separate cables are independent). Estimate the proportion of
the bundles have a total yield strength less than 2.2 MegaNewtons by
simulating 5000 bundles. Plot a histogram of the resulting bundle yield
strengths. Make a Box plot as well.
**Here is the histogramme of 5000 bundles. After sorting a proportion of 0.17 have strength less than 2.2 MegaNewtons.**
**L14-****Monday October 27: ****Chapter 6.1, 6.3,6.4, 6.6**
**L15-****Wednesday October 29: return term test, Chapter 8.1, 8.2 **
**Assignment 7:** 8.4, 8.10,8.28, 8.34, 8.44, 8.52, 8.58 ** Solution**
**L13-****Monday November 3: Chapter 8.3- 8.4**
**L15-****Wednesday November 5: ****Chapter ****9.1-9.2**** ****assignment#6 is due**
**L13-****Monday ****Chapter **** 9.3****: **
**L15-****Wednesday November 12: ****assignment#7 is due**** ****Chapter 9.4-9.8 **
**Assignment 8: 9-10 and plot the power function of the test given in (a), 9-12, 9-36, 9-52, 9-74, 9-80 Solution**** **
**L16-****Monday November 17: ****Chapter 11.1-11.4**** ****L17-****Wednesday November 19: **** ****Chapter ****11.6, 11.7****assignment#8 is due**
**Assignment 9: dataset 11.6, 11.26, 11.42, 11.54 Solution**
**L18-****Monday November 24: ****Chapter 16.1-16.5 **
**L19-****Wednesday November 26: ****Chapter 16.6-16.10**** ****assignment#9 is due**
L20-**Monday December 1: Review Sample exam studied in class**
**L21-****Wednesday December 3: Review**
Material covered by the examination: 2-1
to 2-8; 3-1 to 3-6 plus the geometric and poisson r.v.s; 4-1 to 4-6
plus 4-8 plus 4-7 with discussion of the central limit theorem; 6-1,6-3
(histograms) 6-4 Box plots; 8-1 to 8-5 plus prediction intervals;9-1 to
9-5; 11-1 to 11-3, 11-4.1, 11-5, 11-6; 16-1 to 16-5 but only xbar and s
charts (historical and empirical).
**Suggested Problems: Access the web site www.wiley.com** You must use the registration code in your textbook to access Wiley plus. You will find the student solution manuel **of all odd numbered problems****.**
I
will suggest a number of problems from the chapters we have done but
first review the homework problems because they are closest to what I
expect.
**Chapter 2: 2.19, 2.41, 2.59; ** Chapter 3: 3-15, 3-35, 3-41, 3-79, 3-87, 3-113, Chapter 4:**4-13, 4-31, 4-37, 4-47, 4-91, ** Chapter 7:**7.3, ****Chapter 8:****8-13, 8.33, 8.45, **
**Chapter 9:****9-15, 9-37, 9-51, 9-71, 9-83, ** Chapter11:**11-5, 11-25, 11-41, ** Chapter 16:**16-5,16-7 (xbar and s charts only)** |