(1.0) [10 points] Please give your name, major, year, email address, and a list of any probability or statistics courses you have taken.
(1.1) [10 points] Exercise (1.4) in JC Chapter 1.
(1.2) [10 points] Exercise (1.14) in JC Chapter 1. You don't have to get confused. Should you be taking a general initial distribution, or does the notation mean that the chain starts in state i? I would suggest you try the case n=2 to get the feel for what is happening.