The final examination has been graded.

The exam had mean 113, standard deviation 29, and median 113.
Scores ranged from 26 to 174 out of 180.

The graded exams will be available on Friday, December 12 from 1-3 in Huang 338F.

Final exam scores by SUID are available
for viewing here.

Happy Holidays!

The final exam will be given on Monday, December 8, 8:30-11:30am in 320-105.

**
If you need any special arrangements for the final exam or are unable to take the regular exam,
please complete the web form by Friday, November 21, **
so we can make the necessary arrangements, even if you have already informed us about your situation.

The exam is open-book and open-notes with any materials from this quarter's class. No electronic devices are permitted so calculations will be kept as simple as possible, and you will receive complete credit for setting up the calculations clearly and correctly, even if you do not carry them out.

The topics for the exam are listed in the Examination Study Guide posted on the course
Handouts page.
A past final exam is also posted there, but solutions will not be provided.

Note that he last two lectures, December 3 and 5, will be a course review,
and together we will solve the posted past final exam.

The last problem sessions will be on Friday, December 5 and Sunday, December 7.

Please pick up any of your graded papers that are still in the submission cabinet on the terrace (basement) level of Huang before the final exam. Any papers still in the cabinet will be discarded early in January.

The midterm examination will be given on **Monday, October 27 from 7-9pm in NVIDIA Auditorium.**.

The topics for the exam are listed in the Examination Study Guide posted on the Handouts page.

The exam is open-book and open-notes with any materials from this quarter's class. You may use your solutions to Homework 5 during the exam, so we will be collecting Homework 5 along with your exam solutions.

No electronic devices are permitted so calculations will be kept as simple as possible, and you will receive complete credit for setting up the calculations clearly and correctly, even if you do not carry them out.

By student request, we have posted the 2013 midterm for your review on the Handouts page. Note that we will not be providing solutions.

Class meets Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, 9:30-10:45, in Herrin T175.

The syllabus, study guide, lecture notes, and solution sets are posted on the
Handouts page.

There will be problem sessions starting Friday, Sept 26 at 1:15 and 2:15 in 200-030, and Sunday, Sept 28 7-9pm in Thornton 110.

**Office Hours are: **

Mondays, 8:45-9:30am (in the classroom)

Wednesdays, 8:45-9:30am (in the classroom)

Wednesdays, 3:00-4:30pm, Huang 219

Thursdays, noon-1:30pm, Huang 218

Fridays, 8:45-9:30am (in the classroom)

Students can register for the class on Axess but not for sections. Do not be alarmed by the warning that there is no capacity in the sections.

It is intended for undergraduate students and should be taken for five units.

**Graduate students in MS&E should enroll in a similar but separate course, MS&E 220.**

Topics include axioms of probability, probability trees, belief networks, random variables, distributions, conditioning, inference, expectation, change of variables, and limit theorems.

Prerequisite: CME 100 (or MATH 51).