TO: instructor for Course 189-323, McGill University, May 2001

Here are some details about me ... [button to submit infomation is at end of form]

1. My name: [optional]

2. My e-mail address : [optional]

3. My ID # :

4. I am in the faculty of : in theprogram

5. I am   Male     Female

6. My birthday is (select correct month and day)

7. My height is (report value in one system [see also Q8]) OR

8. I reported my height in feet and inches centimetres

9. Counting my brothers and sisters, AND ME, there are of us.

10. I am the (1st born, 2nd born, ... ) ...
 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th

11. (Starting with 1st born ) the sequence of M=males and F=females is...

 M F M F M F M F M F M F M F M F

12. (Starting with 1st born ) they are R=righthanded L=lefthanded ...

 R L R L R L R L R L R L R L R L

13. Computer-related information (check ALL those that apply.. )

 Computer Software I am familiar with.. Computer Languages I am familiar with.. Operating Systems I am familiar with.. Excel Maple Mathematica SPSS SAS S-Plus or R Minitab C or C++ Basic Visual Basic Pascal FORTRAN JAVA HTML Windows MacOS Linux Unix Other

14. The first assignment in the probability course in Berkeley used to be to toss a fair coin 50 times, record the sequence of heads and tails and hand it in. Many students took a 'shortcut' and made up the sequence out of their head. Try your 'hand' (or head) at making up a random sequence of the results of 50 tosses, i.e., out of your head enter a sequence of 50 lower case h's and t's, with no blanks. The computer will beep once you have entered 50 letters.

 sequence (lower case h t)

15. My prediction: the ultimate Survivor will be.. Colby Keith Tina

16. My probabilities...
 These are my probabilities as to who will be the ultimate Survivor.. Colby Keith Tina probability (%):

jh. 2001.05.01