6.041SC | Fall 2013 | Undergraduate
Probabilistic Systems Analysis and Applied Probability

Final Exam

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Exam Information

The Final Exam covers the entire course, however the emphasis
is on the material not covered in Quiz 1 and Quiz 2.

Preparation Activities

Review the Practice Exams and Solutions from previous years:

Exam and Solutions

Take the exam on your own and check your answers when you’re done.


Congratulations! You’ve completed Probabilistic Systems Analysis and Applied Probability. You have learned all the basic tools of probability theory, the main concepts of statistical inference (both Bayesian and classical), and has been exposed to some classes of random processes. This is already enough to allow application of probabilistic methods to many real-world applications.

Further Study

For those wishing further study, there are the following possible directions:

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Course Info
As Taught In
Fall 2013
Learning Resource Types
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