isaacecheto

01:47

yep

Jingyu Han

01:47

yes

ireneyoon

01:48

YES

YeJin Ahn

01:54

yes

Kaci Gu

04:08

a straight line?

Zachary Zhu

04:29

Horizontal line <=0, >=2, slope of 1 from 0-2

isaacecheto

04:45

(0, ½) to (2, 3/2)

isaacecheto

04:54

Ah ok

isaacecheto

04:59

1/2

ashley minooka

05:02

1/2

Zachary Zhu

05:02

Slope of 1/2—my b

YeJin Ahn

07:22

8/3 not 1/3?

YeJin Ahn

07:26

4/3*

Kaci Gu

07:45

Could you explain why we’re using 1/2

chelsie park

07:45

How do you know the expectation of v

Kaci Gu

08:18

yes

Kaci Gu

08:20

thank you

Sophie Liu

08:47

value at the center of the distribution

Andrew

08:49

2*1/2?

chelsie park

09:16

Got it

chelsie park

09:17

thank you

Nicki Minaj

09:18

Professor I have a question…

isaacecheto

15:08

b-a

lauraherron

15:55

b-a

mayareuven

15:56

B-a

Rebecca Hu

15:56

B-a

chelsie park

15:56

B-a

isaacecheto

16:14

u(b-a) + a?

lauraherron

16:18

+a

ashley minooka

19:03

Is E(U) specifically the expected value of the standard uniform?

isaacecheto

23:37

1/7

Rebecca Hu

23:41

7/5?

ashley minooka

23:46

1/5

isaacecheto

23:50

ah

YeJin Ahn

23:53

1/5

isaacecheto

23:55

^

ashley minooka

24:59

why is (P<= x) to the 7th power?

Kaci Gu

25:22

they’re iid

ashley minooka

25:35

oh

ashley minooka

25:45

so we're multiplying 7 different but identical probabilities?

celinewherritt

25:51

yes

Kaci Gu

25:52

i believe so

ashley minooka

25:54

ty!!

Kaci Gu

26:04

does anyone know why the height is 1?

YeJin Ahn

26:24

why is it x-3:07/5?

Dorkhan Chang

26:25

what is F(x)

isaacecheto

26:34

I think so

Carina Massana

26:59

Is the CDF not 1 after 3:12?

Zachary Zhu

27:01

Why isn’t F(X) = 1 when x >= 3:12?

YeJin Ahn

28:20

why are you dividing it by 5..?

Joshua Kim

28:29

Can you repeat how you got x-3:07/5?

celinewherritt

29:31

So for a uniform distribution the height is always 1?

Kaci Gu

29:46

^same question

Joshua Kim

31:06

No I just missed the CDF part

isaacecheto

31:27

Is x-a/(b-a) a reliable formula for cdf of uniform

celinewherritt

31:43

Okay thank you

Kaci Gu

31:45

Got it thank you!

alvin

31:54

how does the graph of f(x) relate to the transformation shifts for uniform distributions

isaacecheto

31:58

Ok cool

celinewherritt

34:54

0.45

YeJin Ahn

34:54

0.45

Dorkhan Chang

46:15

so mean is 1/lambda?

celinewherritt

46:27

On a quiz/midterm, would we be expected to do integration by parts

Forrest Kim

47:39

yes

ireneyoon

47:39

yes

Joshua Kim

47:40

yes

ashley minooka

47:47

maybe (yes)

Joshua Kim

47:51

YAY!

chelsie park

48:18

thank u professor :)))

isaacecheto

49:24

P(x > 48)?

Jooee Karwande

49:25

x>48

Jooee Karwande

49:26

?

ashley minooka

50:29

thank u!

mayareuven

50:31

thanks!

Jingyu Han

50:32

Thank you!

Ronan Figueroa

50:33

thank you

Sophie Liu

50:34

thanks!

Tanvee Joshi

50:34

thank you!

Jessica Ornowski

50:35

how did you get 48?

Ryan Dai

50:42

thanks!

isaacecheto

50:44

Hav a nice weekend prof

Joshua Kim

50:48

So how did you get 1/24 again?

Jooee Karwande

50:49

How did you get -1/24 for lambda

Jooee Karwande

51:41

thank you

Joshua Kim

52:04

Cool thanks Prof Lucas!