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Statistics 301 Practice Final Exam Fall 2007 Instructions: Please write down your name and discussion number below. In order to receive full credit for your answers, please show all your work and justify your answers. Please place this exam sheet inside your blue book(s) when you hand in your exam. Student’s Name Discussion Section Problem 1 2 3 4 5 Total S c o r e 1. An industrial conglomerate manufactures a certain types of car in three towns called Farad, Gilbert and Henry. Of 1000 cars made in Farad, 20% are defective; of 2000 cars made in Gilbert, 10% are defective, and of 3000 cars made in Henry, 5% are defective. You buy a car from a distant dealer. Let D be the event that it is defective, and F the event that it was made in Farad and so on. Assume that you are equally likely to have bought any one of the 6000 cars produced. Find that: (a) ( ) c H F P | ; (5pts) (b) ( ) c H D P | ; (5pts) (c) ; (5pts) () D P (d) . (5pts) ( D F P | )

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This test prep was uploaded on 03/27/2008 for the course STAT 301 taught by Professor Xiao during the Fall '07 term at Wisconsin.

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