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Assignment No.2 (Course STA301)
Spring 2017 (Total Marks 20)
Deadline
Your Assignment must be uploaded/ submitted before or on 7th July, 2017
STUDENTS ARE STRICTLY DIRECTED TO SUBMIT THEIR ASSIGNMENT BEFORE OR BY DUE DATE. NO ASSIGNMNENT AFTER DUE DATE WILL BE ACCEPTED VIA E.MAIL).
Rules for Marking
It should be clear that your Assignment will not get any credit IF:
The Assignment submitted, via email, after due date.
The submitted Assignment is not found as MS Word document file.
There will be unnecessary, extra or irrelevant material.
The Statistical notations/symbols are not well-written i.e., without using MathType software.
The Assignment will be copied from handouts, internet or from any other student’s file. Copied material (from handouts, any book or by any website) will be awarded ZERO MARKS. It is PLAGIARISM and an Academic Crime.
The medium of the course is English. Assignment in Urdu or Roman languages will not be accepted.
Assignment means Comprehensive yet precise accurate details about the given topic quoting different sources (books/articles/websites etc.). Do not rely only on handouts. You can take data/information from different authentic sources (like books, magazines, website etc) BUT express/organize all the collected material in YOUR OWN WORDS. Only then you will get good marks.

Objective(s) of this Assignment:
Make students able to understand the concept of pdf and the Laws of Expectation.

Assignment.2 (Lessons 23-26)

Question 1: Marks: 10

Suppose the joint probability density function of (X, Y) is given by

Show that

Question 2: Marks: 2.5+2.5+5= 10
The following table shows the joint probability distribution of two discrete random variables X and Y:

1 2 3
0 0.2 0.3 0.1 0.6
1 0.1 0.2 0.1 0.4
0.3 0.5 0.2 1.0

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