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Unformatted text preview: . Following the same pattern for the other values, we arrive at the pmf, in table form below. x 5 6 7 8 9 10 p(x) .0163 .1354 .3483 .3483 .1354 .0163 b. P(all 10 of one kind or the other) = P(X = 5) + P(X = 10) = .0163 + .0163 = .0326 c. E(X) = 5 . 7 20 10 15 = = N M n ; V(X) = ( ) 9868 . 20 10 1 5 . 7 19 5 = ; x = .9934 = 7.5 .9934 = (6.5066, 8.4934), so we want P(X = 7) + P(X = 8) = .3483 + .3483 = .6966 3.74 a. h(x;10,15,50) b. When N is large relative to n, h(x;n,M,N) , , ; = N M n x b & so h(x;10,150,500) ( ) 3 ,. 10 ; x b = & c. Using the hypergeometric model, E(X) = 3 500 150 10 = and V(X) = 06 . 2 ) 1 . 2 ( 982 . ) 7 )(. 3 )(. 10 ( 499 490 = = Using the binomial model, E(X) = (10)(.3) = 3, and V(X) = 10(.3)(.7) = 2.1...
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 Spring '08
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