Unformatted text preview: Calculate the probability that a driver selected at random will file no more than 1 windshield claim next year. (Ans 5/16) (4) Do Exercise 12.12 on page 394. (5) On a given day a physician provides medical care to N A adults and N C children. N A and N C have Poisson distributions with parameters 3 and 2, respectively. The distributions of length of care per patient are as follows: Adult Child 1 hour 0.4 0.9 2 hour 0.6 0.1 N A , N C and the length of care for all individuals are independent. The physician charges 200 per hour of patient care. Determine the probability that office income on a given day is equal to 600. (Ans 10.5e5 )...
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 Spring '11
 CharlesDann
 Probability theory, medical care, windshield claim frequencies, Prescription drug losses

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