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Unformatted text preview: Final review: Practice problems  SOLUTIONS Note: These are only outlines of the solutions. You have to show all work on the test to get full credit. 1. P ( delivered on time  ready on time ) = . 72 /. 80 = 0 . 9 2. S = strike, T = completed on time, P ( S ) = 0 . 6, P ( T  S ) = 0 . 65, P ( T  S ) = 0 . 85 P ( T ) = P ( T S ) + P ( T S ) = ( . 6)( . 35) + ( . 4)( . 85) = 0 . 55 P ( S  T ) = P ( T S ) P ( T ) = ( . 6)( . 35) . 55 = 0 . 382 3. 78 (64+36 34) 78 = 12 78 4. S = survive operation, R = reject transplant, P ( S ) = 0 . 55, P ( R  S ) = 0 . 2 P ( survive both stages ) = P ( S R ) = ( . 8)( . 55) = . 44 5. P ( at least one) = 1 P ( none ) = 1 (1 . 10) 1 2 = 1 (0 . 9) 1 2 = 0 . 718 6. If X had the distribution function ... (a) Discrete (b) 5 x =0 p ( x ) = 1 c = 1 / 75 (c) We can write the pmf p ( x ) as x 1 2 3 4 5 p ( x ) 1/15 2/15 3/15 4/15 5/15 F ( x ) = , for x < 1 1 / 15 , for 1 x < 2 3 / 15 , for 2 x < 3 6 / 15 , for 3 x < 4 10 / 15 , for 4 x < 5 1 , x 5 (d) E ( X ) = 3 . 67, V ar ( X ) = 15 (3 . 67) 2 = 1 . 56 7. If X had the distribution function... (a) Discrete (b) P (2 < X 6) = 5 / 6 1 / 3 = 3 / 6 = 1 / 2 (c) P ( X = 4) = 1 / 2 1 / 3 = 1 / 6 (d) We can write the pmf p ( x ) as...
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 Spring '09
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