Important information regarding the exam
- You are expected to know formulas and methods that were used frequently in the lectures and the exercises.
- You don't have to remember formulas for less popular probability distributions, distribution functions, probability functions and moments for those will be given. You DO however need to know basic distributions like the normal distribution, the Poisson distribution.
- To get a full score on a subproblem you need to give an explanation on how you arrived on the solution: methods used, assumptions, properties etc. It's not enough to give only the answer.
- There are no negative points.
- Sketches of programmes can be written in R commands (or other language) or pseudocode. If you decide for a particular language make sure that the code would actually work.