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Unformatted text preview: Se (v'i'TlWMS STT 315 (Secs 12 ~ 22) Final Exam  FORM D' 4: 14/ l ed, Dec 15, 2010 '
Gilliland (Closed book  120 minutes) ' same. 10:00 am  Noon
Name _ ‘ P11) 7 I TA 0. You may use a ealeulator. All electronic devices capable of communication anti/or web access must be turned off:
I. In the places above, please put your name, your PH), and the name of your TA. 2. Be sure to code your name, section number and PID number correctly on the answer sheet that has been provided
Sign the answer sheet. 3. 0n ouranswer sheet on must also code the letter I) as the‘FORM 0 our examination in the s ace rovided. 4. After the exam, return our answer sheet and our exam a er as on leave rom the rout o the room. A copy of this
ﬁnal exam will be placed on the class pages. You may pickup your exam paper from your TA next semester. ‘ 5. There are 48 questions, each worth 1.459 course points. (Total 70.032 course points possible.) Tables are found on the
last sheet.  ' 6. Your score is determined from your answer sheet and not from what you have written on your exam paper. X: safe/r0060 no. when ls‘+ 65PM" 1. You start interviews for a job? one interview after the other, until you get an offer for the ﬁrst time. Use the model where
results of interviews (Offer, No Offer) are independent with chance of Oﬁ'er equal to .30 on each interview to answer these questions. What is the probability that you get need more than 5 interviews to get your ﬁrs an offer? '
(a) .33 (b) .24 (c) .76 (d) .83 r ' O‘FPer "fluke; \K a new} 7—" .7§:.[6S 2 — 3. At the Paris airshow, suppose that the following 80 aircraft sales resulted. Suppose that a sale is chosen at random from
the 80 sales. “ _ 2. What is the probability  .   ale is by Boeing or to TAM?
‘ (a) 50/80 (b) 58/80 (c) 8/80 85+l8*8:50 (d) 45/80 (6) none ofthese 3. Given that a sale is by Boeing, ﬁnd the probability that it is to TA u I
. (a) 8/13 (b) 8/30 (d) 35/65 (e) none of these  4  5. A device has three components C1, C2, C3 and the device works as long as at least one of the components is functional.   The probabilities of the components being functional are 09,0.8, and 0.6. Assume independence (a) .006 (b) .216 A (c) .904 (e) none of these 5. is the probability that the devic (a)_667 9W 1+6 ﬂaw; en needed? 7
(c) .432 (d) .999 (e) none of these g. A bin contains 52 parts of which 12 are defective and 40 are good. Three parts are selected at random from the bin one
after the other without replacement. What is the probability of getting at least one defectiVe part in the three selections? _’ 9.2.33333 x: ____ I, ﬁlsf'ﬁfv \HD' 1. For a" particularprobability model, events A and B are i a. e . r .  t and P(A) = .6, P03) = .3. Then P(A u 13) ==
(a) .75 (b) .55 w (d) .90 7 (6) none of these I .6t35 ~Z,&J£u3)" 73+ (a) 36 (b) .40 (c) .64 (d) .70 8  9. At a certain university, 30% of the students who take basic statistics are ﬁrstyear students, 40% are sophomores, 20%
arejuniors, and 10% are seniors. From records of the statistics department it is found that out of the ﬁrstuyear students who take the basic statistic course 20% get A's; out of the sophomores who take the course 30% get A's; out of thejuniors 35%
get A's; and out of the seniors who take the course 40% get A's. ' 8. What percentage of all students who take the course ;: = I
(a) 25% (b) 16% . (d) 31.25% (e) none of these   ; .7. .09
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a fair coin with say, H =True, T = False. (This is a model for guessing.) What is the probability that the student gets at least 7 . ht ti o t? 
3.13 ques onsc H60 (a) 1/2 (b) 1/4 (c) 1/3 . (6) none ofthesc
ixfmﬁuof’sﬁ i”l3(>€$‘7):: ﬂwQtff :‘(DSE 1_1_. How many license plate numbers are there starting with 3 letters drawn from a 26 letter alphabet without replacement
and followed y 4 digits drawn with replacement from the set of 10 digits? . ‘ ' f ’L , r/DIIDIO I 7' 2g .25 25/ to 2f?) I (b) “P; . mp4 (c) 26C;  10C: ((1)263 106 7 (6) none ofthese ' 12 — 13. Here is the probability mass function of a discrete random variable X. 12. What is the value of the cumulative distribution function at x =. 3? 7 (a) .20 .(b) .70 (d) .90 . (e) 1.00
13. P(l ,<_:_ X < 4) = (a) .50 (b) .60 (d) .80 (e) .70 7 14 ‘— 15. A large population of parts is 20% defective. A random sampIe of 20 parts is to be drawn from the population. Let
X denote the number of defective parts in the sample. (a) .206 @P (c) 2/20 (a) .137 (e) .235 «: 5. s i 5,. 2. management
— 362’18 Paw, 2; pax L>$.?.10e,w.z_ r.qu (a) 3.5? 1.56 (5)4,230’ (6) 4,134. @
SUCK): daemons) :2qu 14. P(O<X52)= '15. Determine 1300 and SD(X). Eco :JZWB =99 _l_§_. A random variable X has a mean of 50 and a standard deviation of 10. By (’I‘Zhebyshevra P(25 < X < 75) i ~I t
‘ (a) 8/9 (b) 24/25 (0) .95 (d) 15116 
25": 50‘2.SC'0) r ‘_ i ' :3 75 = B o +2504» 352» _I_‘_7_. The time X of arrival of a customer to an appointment is modeled as a continuous random variable witha uniform distribution on the interval from 10 minutes late to_30 minutes late, say from 10 minutes to 30 minutes. What is the
,.probability that X is less than 25 minutes? " (a) .40 (c) .60 (e) .25 ,Pﬂexwx e P61eXn33 Flappﬂhupajgﬂd .1_8_. A small population consists of 6 defective parts and 24 good parts (30 parts in total) A simple random sample of 20 parts is to be drawn from the population. Let X (1 ' u  umber of defective parts in the sample. P(X =_ 3) =
t w (c) .66 (d) .15 '(e) .05 g DH 70 .
(gym) .. Mi "$55? (so # moms“ 19  20. A variable is modeled as a random variable X with a normal distribution with mean 40 and standard deviation 5. (b) .95 .68 (d) .997 (e) .74
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' x is ' 4% Tat/Elf 2. was so M L .'i 20. Find the point x such that P(X a x) ==' .15. a .. \ 
. (a) 44.7 (c) 46.2
i 19. P(35 <§X <50)= . (d) 43 .4 (e) 45.? 5’ if?“ a as wintestis“? 53” “#571 a. A large population of trees is 50% diseased. The population is sampled with a simple random sample of size 100. What
is the probability that the sample of trees has at least 45 diseased trees in it, that is,that the sample proportion is at least .45?
. If you wish, you may use normal approximation to determine P( 13 Z .45). Pick the closest. _ gem) .76 i (b) .65 ,X‘: Nadineaseciﬂ m. saw}:
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PM aw} : I fainkmogemg,mwj I so :3. 1.... .nas new #5 saw/:5 22... Suppose xrin units of feet is normally distributed across a large population of interest with unknown mean it and
known standard deviation a: 8 feet. Suppose that a random sample of size n = 16 to be selected from a population. Use a
normal distribution for a? to determine the probability that the sample average 3? will fall within 4 feet of p to two decimals. (b) .33 (e) .37 (d) .68 (e) .99 _.. "94*":3 ,Z
50(xlfﬁ'; V72“ Em: M awgga SDCX):‘:5" ' Q. manufacturer of a 100W light bulb has data that suggest that the lifetime of the light bulb follows an exponential
 distribution with mean1000 hours. Use this exponential model to answer the following question about a randomly selected
light bulb from the manufacturer. What is theprobabiiity that it will fail in the ﬁrst 1000 .‘ .12 .50 '.45 ,
(a)_ “M (b) (c) L “My “3 :‘“''€ I PKX6—’W)ﬁ I Uer 3, l we 35,. A survey bylan electric company contains questions on the foilowing: Ageofhousehoid head, Sex of househoid head,
and Use of electric heating (yes or no). What type of variable is "Age of household head"? I(e) .77 (a) categorical @
15.. The following data are annualized returnsin % for 14 stocks. If} E—
—1.2 3.9 8.2 9.0 10.0 11.0 ll.5 125 13.0 14.8 15.5. 16.3' 16.7 18.0
4» 5.5 has? its1:273) Use the formula presented in the textbook a I   a the 75th percentile return for these stocks. 3 {5:7
' (a) 15.5%  ’(c) 16.3% " (d) 11.25 (e) noneof these (LnHEP :7 ES (We): :: {LLS' (d) 2.326 (e) 2.761
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_ (a) 50% ' (b) 75% (c) 10% (d) 25% (e) 95% Q. A sample of 100 Weights has Q, = 150 'lbs, Q2 = 165 lbs and Q3 «'1 190 lbs. 'The three largest weights in the sample are 220 lbs, 253 lbs and 275 lbs. The upper” (right) whisker extends to what value?
' (a) 230 (b) 253 (c) 250 (d) 190 mt; FloH5690) :: £56? . _I I‘ ‘ " r  I I ' '
Q. A conﬁdence interval estimate for the mean ll of a large, h1gth skewed Population 15 needed. A random sample of srze 'n == 3 is den and the t—interval estimate 2? [J3 is calculated. The t—interval estimate may not deliver the designed
conﬁdence level 95% in this case. (b) False ' ‘ §_1_. A random sample of n = 19 from a normal population has mean A7 = 40.6 and standard deviation 5 m 5 The 98% conﬁdenCe interval estimate of the pOpuiation mean is 40.6 :t '
(a) 1.99 (b) 4.74  (d) 2.99 (e) 5.60 / 5c;
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(a) 1,083 ‘ (c) 724 (d) 378 (e) 597 n _, was} (3036203
b” .023 33. Now supposé‘that the population size is N = 1,000. Using the value p = .80 for planning purposes, what is the minimum
sample size required so that the 90% z—interval estimate of p has a margin of error of i .03? Pick the closest. (a) 844 _(b)2'85 (c) 667 @7525
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closest. I 7 (3331.7 7 (0)310 (d) 30.5 (c) 32.3
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accounts are found to have errors. Give a 95% conﬁdence interval for the population proportion of accounts with errors. (b)’.20 :l: .043 r (c) .20 i .038 (a) .20 3: .060 (d) .20 :1: .073 (e) .20 i .086
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“I is retained when it is not true. 32. Which of these statements is correct? (a) The pvalue of a test statistic is the probability that the null hypothesisHo is true. _ 'The p~value of a test statistic is the probability that the alternative hypothesis H1 is true. he pvalue of a test statistic is a kind of “credibility rating” for He in light of the evidence.
' d) A large pvalue leads to Rejection of Ho. _ ‘5 7_ 10. A simple random sample n == 150 parts is selected from a bin containing 2,000 parts. The sample contains 12 defective  parts so that the sample proportion is 35 == .08. The 95% z—conﬁdence interval estimate for the proportion of partsin the bin
that are defective is 0:08 i 0.04. Which of the following statements is correct? (a) 8% of the parts in the bin are defective
b We do not know the percentage of parts in the bin that are defective, but we know that it is between 4% and 12%.
or about 95% of all simple random samples of size 150, the interval estimate captures the unknown p Therefore, we can
be about 95% conﬁdent that the interval estimate 0.08 i 0.04 contains p. can has” —.«cr. 41  44. A certain prescription medicine is supposed to contain an average of 200 parts per million (ppm) ofa certain ' .
chemical. The manufacturer wants to check whether the average concentration in a large shipment is the required 200 ppm or not. A random sample of 3] portions is tested, and it is found that the sample mean is 196.0 ppm and the sample standard
deviation is 10.91 ppm. Use the East to test the null hypothesis that the average concentration in the entire large shipment is 200 ppm versus the alternative hypothesis thatit is.not_4200 ‘ at level a = 0.01.
 .51., 5 m “(495% 41. The value of the test statistic based on the a ‘ u'.’ ; (a) «1.96 _ (c) «2.34 '(d) 1.54 (e) 130
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05'; ‘ ' /U.3 I 42. What is the approximate p—v . w: n ' test statistic? . , 7 e '3 (b) .10 (c) .20 (a) .025 (e) less than .01 “10‘ ’ 1“” sur 7
gong 9.9M?” "" '95,“ 43. With the critical value approach to hypothesis testing, what are the critical val _,  ' test‘? (a)_d:i.960 (mamas (c):l:2.326 (ale 3 ' ‘ 45  48. A company’s market share is very sensitive to both its leVel of advertising and the levels of its competitors’
advertising. A ﬁrm known to have a 60% market share wants to test whether this value is still valid or has decreased in new
of recent adVertising campaigns of its competitors and its owu decreased level of advertising. A random sample of 500
consumers reveals that 275 use the company’s product. Is there evidence to conclude that the company’s market share has _
dropped below 60%, at the 0.05 level of signiﬁcance? 
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' (a) Reject Ho (Decide that the population average is different from 200ppm) 45. The value of the test statistic based on the given data is zobs =.  ' .6. i5: :17 0:2: 4 $5 . (eaL65 (b).—2.33  (d)—1.80 (e)l.96 ’5
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(a) ~ 1 .960 (b) —2.576 ' (d) .2304 ' (e) 1232 ".43. What decision is A at level a: m 0.05? ' r
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