Quiz #3 is another take-home assignment, due this Sunday (April 25). You can download the pdf with the quiz exercises from OpenLab Files. For this quiz, you only need to submit written solutions (i.e., no spreadsheet this time).
Submit a single pdf with your written responses to the Quiz #3 Assignment on Blackboard.
Before (or while) working on the quiz, you may find it useful to review the class recordings and/or whiteboards, in particular for the class sessions where we discussed the probability experiment of flipping a coin 3 times.
Also, please also work on the HW sets, in particular Topics 3.4 and 4.1. We discussed 3.4 in class yesterday, and we will discuss 4.1 (and also 4.2) on Monday.
Quiz #2 is another take-home assignment, due this Sunday (March 7). You can download the pdf with the quiz exercises from OpenLab Files. For this quiz, you only need to submit a spreadsheet (and as I discuss in the pdf, you can continue working on the same spreadsheet you used for Quiz #1, since you will be working with the same data set).
Submit your updated spreadsheet to the Quiz #2 Assignment on Blackboard. You can submit your spreadsheet as an attached file, or (preferably) by including the share link as a text submission. Please include your name in the title of your spreadsheet.
(If you submit a share link, make sure the share permissions are set so that “Anyone with the link can view”; or share with me at suman.ganguli [at] gmail.com. But even in the latter case, please submit the share link on Blackboard, so that I can see all the quiz submissions and record your score on the quiz on Blackboard.)
Quiz #1 is a take-home assignment, due this Sunday (Feb 28). You can download the pdf with the quiz exercises from OpenLab Files.
- Set up a spreadsheet: You can start my making a copy of (or copying and pasting the data from) my Quiz #1 Data Google Sheet, which has the data set in it.
- Write out your solution: If you have access to a printer, you can print out the Quiz pdf and write your solutions in the spaces provided. But it’s fine to write your solutions on a blank piece of paper. You don’t need to rewrite the statements of the exercises, but please write your solutions in order and number/label them.
- Scan your written solutions to a single pdf file (i.e., not a jpeg!). There are number of free smartphone apps you can use to scan to pdf. Some popular ones are Cam Scanner, Microsoft Office Lens, Adobe Scan, and Genius Scan (see here). If you have a Google or Dropbox account, you can use the Google Drive app or the Dropbox app to scan and save the pdf to the cloud.
- Submit your pdf and spreadsheet to the Quiz #1 Assignment on Blackboard. You can submit your spreadsheet as an additional attached file, or by including the sharing link (latter is preferred).