# concepts of probability theory second revised edition dover books on mathematics

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## THEORY AND PROBLEMS OF PROGRAMMING WITH Second Edition phần 1 pot

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... beginning of the first field and the end of the last field in each line.) : 123 12 : 123 : :+ 123 -3.3e+00 : 12 + 123 -3.3e+00: -3,3e+00 : + 12 + 12 12 -3.3e+00 : 12 -3.3 -3.30000: 88 DATA INPUT AND OUTPUT ... 3.19 3 .20 3 .21 3 .22 3 .23 3 .24 3 .25 3 .26 3 .27 3 .28 3 .29 3.30 3.31 3. 32 3.33 3.34 3.35 What is an expression? What are its components? What is an operator? Describe several different types of operators ... = 2. 2, b = -6 .2, xl = 005, x2 = - 12. 88; printf("\$%4.2f %7.lf%%\n\n",a, b); printf ("xl=%7.3f x2=%7.3fM,xl, x2); This program causes the value of a (2. 2)to be preceded by a dollar sign (\$), and...
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... 1 .35 195 X= X= X= X= X= I.47577 1.28225 ,38 344 1 .33 6 13 1 .35 951 X= 34 826 X= 1 .35 375 1 .35 109 X= X= 10 11 12 1 .35 238 1 .35 1 75 I .35 206 X= X= X= 1 .35 191 13 14 15 X= X= 1 .35 198 1 .35 196 35 196 16 X= 1 .35 195 ... 10 - 3( 1.47577)2]0.2= 1.28225 Continuing this procedure, we obtain x = [ 10 - 3( 1.2 132 25)~IO.~1 .38 344 = x = [10 - 3( 1 .38 344)2]0*2 1 .33 6 13 = and so on Notice that the successive values of x ... readability of the program and its resulting output These features include the logical sequencing of the statements, the use of indentation and whitespace, the inclusion of comments and the generation of...
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... i t s Method 640 0.00 5120.00 40 96.00 3276.80 2621 .44 2097.15 1677.72 1 342 .18 1073. 74 858.99 CHAP 71 End End End End End End End End End End 193 FUNCTIONS of of of of of of of of of Year Year Year ... o f Year of Year of of of of of of of of Year Year Year Year Year Year Year Year 10 D e p r e c i a t i o n : 1600.00 D e p r e c i a t i o n : 1280.00 D e p r e c i a t i o n : 10 24. 00 D e p ... Value: Value: Value: Value: Value: Value: Value: Value: Value: 6 545 .45 5236.36 40 72.73 30 54. 55 2181.82 145 4.55 872.73 43 6.36 145 .45 0.00 Another c a l c u l a t i o n ? (Y/N) y E n t e r a new...
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... as a floating-point array having 50 rows and 50 columns (hence 50 x 50 = 250 0 elements), and the second line establishes page as a character array with 24 rows and 80 columns (24 x 80 = 1920 elements) ... a given mean and a given standard deviation Let the number of random variates, the mean and the standard deviation be input quantities to the program Generate each random variate within a function ... 610 F = 987 F = 159 7 F = 258 4 F = 4181 F = 67 65 F = 10946 F = 17711 F = 28 657 F = 46368 F = 750 25 F = 121393 F = 196418 F = 317811 F = 51 4229 F = 832040 It is possible to define and initialize...
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... 40 80 Compare with the program written for Prob 6 ( ) 9k 80 70 10 100 80 55 75 60 50 75 35 65 70 95 75 45 95 95 65 60 85 35 70 20 75 100 55 55 60 10 90 85 45 70 90 65 55 30 85 60 75 80 55 90 ... (i.e., the values of the elements A and X, followed by the values of the elements of Y ) Use the program to process the following data A = (6) 6 7 8 8 9 1 101112 10 1 12 13 X = I' -8 -6 -4 -2 Suppose ... 0.50 563 0.49245 0.47220 0.43433 0.33824 0.19390 9.48 x= 20 30 40 50 60 80 120 180 The following problems are concerned with games of chance (gambling games) Each problem requires the use of random...
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... the programming effort required for this problem with the programming effort required for the preceding problem 10 .74 Examples 9.8 and 9.9 present programs to calculate the average of a list of ... using several lines of text of your own choosing 10 .76 Write a complete C program, using pointer notation in place of arrays, for each of the following problems taken from the end of Chap Problem ... ("Amy", 12, 30, 73 , " G a i l " , 5, 13, 66, "Marc", 7, 15, 72 , " M a r l a " , 11 , 29, 70 , "Megan', 2, 4, 77 , HSharonw,12, 29, 63, "Susan", 4, 12, 69); CHAP 111 STRUCTURES AND UNIONS 343 In...
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... Denver, CO 42 08 C 247 .88 222 .88 25.00 121291 19 98 Susan Richards 4 383 A l l i g a t o r B l v d F o r t Lauderdale, FL 221 C 135.00 0.00 135.00 12129119 98 M a r t i n Peterson 1 787 P a c i f i ... multiple lines of text Represent each line of text with a separate structure Include the following three members within each structure: (a) The original line of text The number of words within the ... Denver, CO 42 08 C 247 .88 0.00 0.00 I I1 9 98 CHAP 121 DATA FILES 407 Susan Richards 4 383 A l l i g a t o r Blvd Beechview, OH 221 C 135.00 0.00 0.00 124119 98 M a r t i n Peterson 1 787 P a c i f...
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... 118 V 23 ETB 55 87 W 1 19 W 24 CAN 56 88 X 120 X 25 EM 57 89 Y 121 Y 26 SUB 58 90 122 Z 27 ESC 59 I 91 [ 123 < 92 \ 124 I 93 125 28 FS 60 29 GS 61 - 30 RS 62 > 94 31 us 63 ? 95 126 - - 127 DEL 'he ... beginning of a second word of storage Separate b and c with vacant bits Programming Problems 13.45 Modify the program presented in Example 13.2 (repeated calculation of a sequence of Fibonacci ... and year of birth (The year will be stored as a 3-digit integer, representing the number of years since 190 0, as described in Example 10.28 Thus, the year 199 9 will be entered as 199 9 but stored...
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