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Old 05-14-2013, 03:14 PM
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does anybody remember what #15 was? sorry if it's been asked already
According to the list Kittens put together it was the mid-year reserve question.
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I remember the mean being negative, right? I had subtracted a negative value to it and I think that should have been correct, since it was Z of (60000-mu)/sigma
Yeah, that's what I did.
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I think on the common shock question I didn't use mu from 0-3 in my p00. Does anyone remember if this brings me to a trap answer or if I'd get a wrong answer and then have to go back and fix my mistake? I forget if I did or not.
I did the same thing. It seemed logical to me to just treat the exit from 0 as a triple-decrement model, but I do know how common shock works normally. Don't remember what my answer for that was though numerically.
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Well after seeing the exam it looks like I'm sitting on 15 correct with 8 randomized guesses which puts me at 1 - .8^8 = 83% chance of passing if the pass mark is 16. CMON BABYYY ONE TIME
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Well after seeing the exam it looks like I'm sitting on 15 correct with 8 randomized guesses which puts me at 1 - .8^8 = 83% chance of passing if the pass mark is 16. CMON BABYYY ONE TIME
Sorry you already used your one time two saturdays ago in a .25/.50 game on a 7 high flush draw against a set of 5s

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How long did it take y'all for your PAK score to come up? I've been waiting like 10 minutes so far.
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