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Unformatted text preview: Math 3355 Test 3 Spring 2007 Britt Unsupported work is given very little credit. Pleas work the problems in order
on the fronts of your paper. You may leave factorials in your answer. 1. Suppose that X is a continuous random variable whose probability density function is given C(2x+3x2) 0<x<2 otherwise A) Determine the value of the constant C.
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7,5 ,. 4. The weights of adult cats is normally distributed with a mean of 10 pounds and a standard
deviation of 1.8 pounds. Let X be the weight of a randomly selected adult cat. Note there is a
normal distribution table at the rear of the test. A) Find P(X s 8.4)
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5. Suppose the length of a phone call is exponentially distributed with a parameter A = 16 minutes . If someone arrives immediately before you ﬁnd the probability you have to wait
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2.5 inches. If H is the height of a randomly chosen male, determine 0 such that P(H>c)=.20. 16”” x _>_ 0 . is the pdf of the random variable X, then derive the formula
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 Math, Normal Distribution, Probability, Variance, Probability theory, probability density function, density function

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