- August 30
- Sept. 2
- Sept. 4
- Sept. 6 - Problem Session - Please read Sections 2.1 and 2.2 for class on Monday
- Sept. 9
- Sept. 11
- Sept. 13 - Problem Session - Please complete your reading of Chapter 3 for class on Monday
- Sept. 16
- Sept. 18
- Sept. 20 - Problem Session - See Independence-ConditionalProb-Examples.pdf for an electronic copy of our discussions on Wednesday
- Sept. 23
- Sept. 25
- Sept. 27 - Problem Session
- Sept. 30 - Please bring your laptop to class on Wednesday.
- Oct. 2
- Oct. 4 - Problem Session
- Oct. 7
- Oct. 9 - Exam #1 - You may use an 8.5"x11" sheet of notes during the exam. You will also be allowed to use RStudio.
- Oct. 14 - Discuss Exam 1 results
- Oct. 16 - Continue with continueous distributions (uniform, normal, exponential, gamma, and beta)
- Oct. 18 - Problem Session
- Oct. 21
- Oct. 23 - Presentations on continuous distributions
- Bak, Li, and Zach
- Emily and Preston
- Bryan, Grace, and Sam
- Jake and Nathan
- Fallon and Jeremy
- Cameron and Julia

- Oct. 25 - Problem Session
- Allison

- Oct. 28
- Oct. 30 - complete class activity from Oct. 21 and joint distribution for order statistics; probability distributions with Maple
- Nov. 1 - Problem Session
- Nov. 4 - Lab time for order statistics project and class activities
- Nov. 6 - Presentations on order statistics
- Nov. 8 - Problem Session
- Nov. 11 - Problem Session and final order statistics presentation
- Nov. 13
- Probability in coding theory - Emily and Preston

- Nov. 15
- Nov. 18 - p.g.f. and The Central Limit Theorem
- Nov. 20 - Problem Session and Review Session (Jeopardy)
- Nov. 22 - Exam #2
- Dec. 2 - Discussion of exam results
- Dec. 4 - Proof of CLT
- Monte Carlo Simulation - Jeremy Baier

- Dec. 6
- Levy flight: modeling animal motion - Yuming Li
- Markov chains - Fallon Raviol and Grace Ryder

- Dec. 9
- Queuing theory - Julia and Cameron
- FIDE chess ratings: An Application of the Logistic Distribution - Bryan Yoshino

- Dec. 11
- Solving Rubik's Cube: An application of the log-normal distribution - Sam Canseco
- Probability distributions and models for baseball - Nathan Chandler and Jake Zalenski

- Dec. 13
- Surprise and Entropy - Bak Baitan and Zach Wang

- HW #1 - PS on Friday, Sept. 6, written solutions are due on Monday, Sept. 9
- HW #2 - PS on Friday, Sept. 13, written solutions are due on Monday, Sept. 16
- HW #3 - PS on Friday, Sept. 20, written solutions are due on Monday, Sept. 23
- HW #4 - PS on Friday, Sept. 27, written solutions are due on Monday, Sept. 30
- HW #5 - PS on Friday, Oct. 4, written solutons are due on Monday, Oct. 7
- HW #6 - PS on Friday, Oct. 18, written solutons are due on Monday, Oct. 21
- HW #7 - PS on Friday, Oct. 25, written solutons are due on Monday, Oct. 28
- HW #8 - PS on Friday, Nov. 1, written solutons are due on Monday, Nov. 4
- HW #9 - PS on Friday, Nov. 8, written solutons are due on Monday, Nov. 11
- HW #10 - PS on Friday, Nov. 15, written solutons are due on Monday, Nov. 18
- Project proposals are due on Wednesday, Nov. 20

- See P:\data\math\hartlaub\probability