MATH 367/367Z
Discrete Probability


Writting Assignments

Paper 1


  • Click here for a tool to graph distributions. Do B(10,.5), B(10,.25), B(10,.75), B(100,.5), B(100,.25), B(100,.75).
  • Let's Make a Deal, due Oct 31

    TIME OF MEETING: TTH  8:45 -  10:05
    PLACE: >
    INSTRUCTOR: Karin Reinhold,  ES 128A,  phone 442-4641
    Office hours: Mon 11-12  Wed 10-11   T&TH  after class   or by appt.,  or by e-mail.
    TEXT: A First Course in Probability, by Sheldon Ross, 7th Ed, Prentice Hall
    Book on line: IntroductiontoProbability byC.Grinstead and J.L.Snell


    This course is a first course in Probabilities. We will learn about counting techniques, probabilities and discrete random variables. We will also learn a bit of continuous random variables, specially the Normal Distribution, to later study limits of distributions. Lastly, we will study Random Walks and Markov Chains.


    Event Weight 
    Four Exams  20% each
    Quizzes & Projects 20%
    Total 100%

    For those taking the writing intensive version, M367Z, there will be 3 writing assignments. If these assignments are acceptable, then you'll receive the grade according to the grade received in the regular exams quizzes and projects, but if your writing assignmets are not acceptable, your final grade will be low enough so that it will not count for the writing requirement.

    Quizzes: we will have weekly quizzes on every Tuesday, except on weeks when we have an exam.
    Exams: The tentative schedule for the exams is:

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