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Know the basics of physical layer design, constraints, solutions. Data communication theoretical basis. Analog vs digital signal and transmission. Reading. Chapter 2. 2. Physical Layer – How bits are sent.

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Section 5.1. Randomness, Probability, and Simulation. HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!!!!!. Example 1: . When you toss a coin, there are only two possible outcomes, heads or tails. The figure below on the left shows the results of tossing a coin 20 times. For each number of tosses from 1 to 20, we have plotted the proportion of those tosses that gave a head. You can see that the proportion of heads starts at 1 on the first toss, falls to 0.5 when the second toss gives a tail, then rises to 0.67, and then falls to 0.5, and 0.4 as we get two more tails. After that, the proportion of heads continues to fluctuate but never exceeds 0.5 again..

What. , Why, and How?. Doug Tyson. Central York High School, York, PA. Announcements. February—Introductory Statistics Content and Use of Technology—Panel of 2 or 3 speakers. April—Nicholas Horton (Amherst College)—Integrating Data Science into the Statistics Curriculum.

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