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Statistical Distribution Theory

When you'll study it
Semester 1
CATS points
ECTS points
Level 5
Module lead
Antony Overstall
Academic year

Module overview

Functions of one and several random variables are considered such as sums, differences, products and ratios. The central limit theorem is proved and the probability density functions are derived of those sampling distributions linked to the normal distribution. Bivariate and multivariate distributions are considered, and distributions of maximum and minimum observations are derived.

This module is a pre-requisite for all subsequent statistics modules, and desirable for Actuarial Mathematics I and II and Simulation and Queues

Linked modules

Prerequisites: MATH1024 and MATH1059 and MATH1060 OR MANG1028