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Unformatted text preview: 3-70. 2010999590807060504030201051DataPercent2.192AD*Goodness of FitNormal Probability Plot for TimetoFailurML Estimates - 95% CIMeanStDev4.384.24880ML Estimates100.010.01.00.1999590807060504030201051DataPercent0.461AD*Goodness of FitLognormal base e Probability Plot for TimetoFailurML Estimates - 95% CILocationScale1.070420.930132ML Estimates10.001.000.100.0199959080706050403020105321DataPercent0.643AD*Goodness of FitWeibull Probability Plot for TimetoFailurML Estimates - 95% CIShapeScale1.145004.61938ML EstimatesBased on three probability plots, the log normal (base e) appears to be the most appropriate choice as a model for the time-to-failure data. 3-89. Let X denote the number of students who successfully land the plane. a) ( )===920.)80.(99)9(XP0.13422 b) ( )===920.)80.(9)(XP0.000001 c) ( )===1820.)80.(89)8(XP0.301990 3-96. a) Let X denote the number of tremors in a 12 month period. Then, X is a Poisson random a) Let X denote the number of tremors in a 12 month period....
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