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Unformatted text preview: Statistics 20: Midterm 2. Spring 2007. Name: \L OJ Student ID: Instructions You have untii 3:30pm to finish this test. You may use one sheet of notes and a calculator. Please show your work and circle your answers to each question. 1. Suppose X and Y are independent random variables such that X N Bin(5,1/2) and Y N Bin(10, 1/3). Find sd(X u Y). . ' “€524— (Xra 1* iv“; X-wafY '3’ "-4., m; 2. Suppose I randomly pick 5 cards with replacement from a standard deck of cards. What is the probability that three of the cards are Kings? 14; % I403; 425(6) jg}; ’P< 56 Mfkgfijgs g L 4}) Bl‘zl I f M r: 0.003? ,' mil -‘ 3. Mr. Smith’s gardener is not dependableg'the probability that he will forget to water the rosebush during Smith’s absence is The rosebush is in questionable condition anyhow; if watered, the probability of its withering is %, but if it is not watered, the probability of its withering is Upon returning, Smith finds that the rosebush has withered. What is the probability that the gardener did not water the rosebush? PC No gfg, fiiwfieyv l; '6 flawlm Wands? I Mam/LIME») =‘/Z 343p lNa ' P(No War/Cr) fi__fl_______________________ " VOW walerlwfflwnl Pl I C34) ( aw , z: 1 twin-4 IMo WMMW walev\+Pliim“l“‘“)?(WWh 4. Suppose that a random variable has the following density - _ 1/3 for—1<a:<2 Km) _ { 0 otherwise. Find the probability that this random variable will be less than 0. Find the variance of this random variable. 5. 7 The probability that a man will. hit a target is If he shoots at the target until he hits it for the first time, find the probability that it will take him 5 shots to hit the target. ff”- g.“ ‘~ ‘ i: b m; fig 4 LIA ' 1 '{IM (Prob "’ ( a) t a) 6. The lengths of full—grown scorpions of a certain varietyr have a mean of 1.96 inches and a standard deviation of 0.08 inches. Assuming that the distribution of these lengths is normal, find the probability that a full-grown scorpion has a length of 2.20 inches or more. Also find the probability that a full—grown scorpion has a length of at least 1.8 inches. L .JN/mt, Q9- 075,3) 7 . -" : ' 23'2‘W10fimé : ' P(L’ZZ) M. 050%" . 0‘00]? ’ QNA/[e‘i] that)? W22 “wt; 0617719"? 0. oz” ‘ l 7. Let X1, . ,Xgo be independent copies of a random” variable that is normally disu tributed with expected value 55 and standard deviation 10. Let 7 m Find PC}? > 56). ' X; we no , a: 5;, 4m» ma ' zit/MA) f 8. T055 3. fair coin 10 times. Let recorgthe' nur‘nber 0f heads in the first 6 tosse s and let X record the number of'heads in the iaét‘fi tosses. Compute P(‘Y = 2-) and-POI 51). Are X and Y independent? Show your reasoning? magnum, x MENU/Vs) 6! LG 6" 176/723“: 2M! 2) : L911" 0 lgwi mx=0&y=m=e% P(X=0&:Y=1)=0.32 " P(X=1&Y=0)=0.12 P(X=1&Y=1)m0.08. PKX"°)P(‘/w> :: (033(06): GAE? @[X’ODPW‘A :I- (0,3){0‘1} 032 Pom—m = (10.21) (as). 0.12 mxmw Low): W X+ L\/)r darXa-F Wain!) ...
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