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Thread: C/4 tables

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    C/4 tables

    i was wondering what information is on the C/4 table that they given when you take the exam
    a lot of the review questions says that the information about the distribution is on the C/4 table

    Thank You
    Elliot

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    Quote Originally Posted by elliot mm View Post
    i was wondering what information is on the C/4 table that they given when you take the exam
    a lot of the review questions says that the information about the distribution is on the C/4 table

    Thank You
    Elliot
    Have you tried looking at the syllabus to see which tables are provided?

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    i saw the table posted on the syllabus

    I just wanted to know how it appears on the exam

    Does it look exactly like the way it is shown on the syllabus, the same set up from appendix A & B in the loss model text book

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    Quote Originally Posted by elliot mm View Post
    Does it look exactly like the way it is shown on the syllabus, the same set up from appendix A & B in the loss model text book
    Yes it does. Questions involving those include a link to display them in a separate window. Even the ordering of distributions is the same.

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