Probability and Statistics
Old course code: AE2E01  New course code: AE2107
Example Exams
Grade: 9.4
I've worked out two old Probability Theory exams. You can find the exams (with and without solutions) below. I recommend you to try the version without solutions first.
Example Question
Grade: 7
This is just a small probability theory example question with attached solution.
Summary
Grade: 5.9
You can find the probability summary below. It contains the most important parts of the reader. Do note that this summary was written for the old probability course.

Basic Concepts (57kb)
Some basic concepts, like set theory and basic probability theory, are explained in this file.

Random Variables And Distribution (91kb)
What are random variables? And what kind of distribution functions exist? Read it here.

Multiple Random Variables (80kb)
What should we do if we have more random variables? How can we check whether they depend on each other? Find it out using this file.

Transformations (107kb)
We can transform and combine random variables into other random variables. This chapter describes how it works.

Estimation (82kb)
When we don't know everything about random variables, we have to estimate things. Read more about estimation here.

Hypothesis Tests (81kb)
When you need to decide between different variables, you use hypothesis tests. Care to find out what testing methods there are?
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Example Exams (Handwritten)
Grade: 3.8
I've recieved two handwritten files containing workouts of probability exams. They both mainly cover the exams of 2005 and 2006. However, not all questions are worked out. And there are a few minor errors in the files as well.
