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ENGR 361 Statistical Analysis of Engineering Systems 2/9/2010 Homework 1 Solutions Homework 1 Solutions 1. a. Houston Chronicle, Des Moines Register, Chicago Tribune, Washington Post b. Capital One, Campbell Soup, Merrill Lynch, Pulitzer c. Bill Jasper, Kay Reinke, Helen Ford, David Menedez d. 1.78, 2.44, 3.5, 3.04 3. a. In a sample of 100 VCRs, what are the chances that more than 20 need service while under warrantee? What are the chances than none need service while still under warrantee? b. What proportion of all VCRs of this brand and model will need service within the warrantee period? 7. One could generate a simple random sample of all single family homes in the city or a stratified random sample by taking a simple random sample from each of the 10 district neighborhoods. From each of the homes in the sample the necessary variables would be collected. This would be an enumerative study because there exists a finite, identifiable population of objects from which to sample. 11. 1 of 11
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Statistical Analysis of Engineering Systems 2/9/2010 Homework 1 Solutions This display brings out the gap in the data: There are no scores in the high 70's. The mode for the scores is in the low 80’s (maybe useful as a guideline for setting the location of the mid- B grade). 12. One method of denoting the pairs of stems having equal values is to denote the first stem by L, for 'low', and the second stem by H, for 'high'. Using this notation, the stem-and-leaf display would appear as follows: The stem-and-leaf display on the previous page shows that .45 is a good representative value for the data. In addition, the display is not symmetric and appears to be positively skewed. The spread of the data is .75 - .31 = .44, which is.44/.45 = .978, or about 98% of the typical value of .45. This constitutes a reasonably large amount of variation in the data. The data value .75 is a possible outlier. 25.
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This note was uploaded on 02/09/2010 for the course ENGR 361 taught by Professor Eisenstein during the Spring '04 term at Drexel.

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