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Unformatted text preview: SAM-15115 (fer Emil Moreen/55% AME 310. Seo03 Examttl Version: B Last Name: First Name: #113: *** 1|It’ou will get 4 points if'you elenrly.r print your name and ID. *1” Write your answers in front of the question numbers. *** 4 points for web question. No partial points. t. Given the [allowing stem-leaf plot {the leaf unit is l], what‘s the sample mean? D 1 | 3 1 | i am Efi‘aj‘ 4m: s||233439 451235 [A] 315; {3153: {C} SIS: ED} 43: {E139 A 2. Using the some data. in Question 1. what‘s the interqunrtile range? {A} I9;te}ss; (one; (one; {E148 QIZW r Q3: 53, 1?: GS—Qi = 3. Using the some data in Question 1. the sample data is A " {A} Left—skewed: [B] Right FileEIEIEIl.jpg Type: JPEG Image Size: T5? KB } Symmetric; {E} Not enough information Dimension: 2256 x 3168 pixels 4. The following table shows a collection o am a e grants of the National Institutes of Health {NIH}. What‘s the EllIIII percentile of this sample? Grant Mflflcjr {'11: dollars} The number of available grants ll] 5!] 25 3|] . 5D 15 100 5 Total 1.5m 1041} {A} 250; tons; to} ID; touts; {5330.5 Ionian 25-1-50 1 l Page 1 ol‘5 View plev’yfi/e'. W‘ 1') 6. A sample consists of I0 observations: x..x3....,_vm. Given Err = 20 and Zea = 360 . 1 nil‘ze‘) — (grief : {0.5} 7.36.56 C what's the sample standard deviation? S: {A} 6.32;{B] 40-, (-215.95; (Di 13.9113} 119 wt in -i) '1'. What‘s the sample s are if you toss three coins? P S -—_ E :2. {A} {1-}, T}; (B) {HHH. T'l'T}; [Ci {0. l. 2. 3i: (D) {HHH, HHT. HTH. HTT. THH. THT, TTH, TTT}; {E} ail of the above. mums or34133?) 1* ti 1‘ t" 1‘ f D 8. How many different 6-digit numbers exist, with their last tivo digits add up to It]? (tug. ._ Li- (ftioiqovieeciti r 3.! X i“ [m 105-, (Bisxm‘; [CWHU‘JDNJMD‘g (Ejesxiie —' FileDDDl.jpg Type: JPEG Image Size: 831 KB Dimension: 1221 x 1434 pixels _ III]. A and B are two events in a sample space, which one of the following statements is ‘ TRUE? _ {A} if A and B are exclusive, A and B must be independent; (B) If A and B are exclusive and exhaustive, A and B must be independent; {(3) No matter A and B we independent or not, PM ['i B) = PIA) + PIES) — P{ U B) ; (D) If P[A)=P(B)=o.5. A and B ate exclusive; N‘fiw _ (i; aim 001%“: [E]: If P(A}=P(B}=D.5. A and B are independent. Revue): @[A‘5+P(5‘i-?(fi fie] Page 2 of 5 115 at Prime“ Fume: 2 3 5 s II is Is Jq E,me its“. Cl'tufiea B, vhu Dold‘: l ® 2 . . G 4r A E 1 . An integer N is randomly selected from ] tn 1|). What is the prebahitity that N is a i? U" ,i t. ' N‘ an udd number? p menum ergwen is P(Ffihalmlel) 1 % {A}?flOL{B]-1ISL{C}I‘H1U;ED}IQULIEEl-lflfl I: C p 12. Given aw us1=usmwum= cs. what is Pm}? W‘CUBEPW lam“ Pl“ n 13) v” OCH Ets‘us’i}:{9mm19wc}_ ts‘m L) {A}0.3; {B} (3.3". {C} fifi: [Di {Li [E] 0.4 -—- b. 6+E-3 :EPmE ) +1 d s? Pat): o. s =‘2 Pm: 1~ PE a) r g, C 13. “you randomly select 5 cards from a deck [51 cards in tutaI]. what‘s the chance ynu have exactly 3 aces? {ill—:2]; {3} {say m [552] 2 j‘ [552] 14. Suppose that an insurance com pany classifies people iutu one of three classes: gent]. [x risks. average risks, and bad risks. Their records indicate that the probabilities that good, average, and had rislt persons will be ins lll‘t'td in an accident ever a I‘year span are. respectively, (LBS, 0.15, and .31). If It] percent ut‘ the population are good risks. 5-“ percent are average risks and 3|) percent are bad risks, what mpnrtiun at people have accidents in p a given scar? 13(Mfiglflt): ‘Z iii-act! risk [j «Pfi'fi'skcj : .1'3'35 + .5»,l5 + 3'. 5 L (mews; (330.5; {£']2_25xlu"; {D}U.l67: (£30.33 1 “’l + “fig + ‘r’q = .|“z’-5 C [5. Using the same data in Question 14. If pulleyhnlder James had no accidents in 1007. what is the probability that be is a guard risk? risk} {AJUJ‘I‘E (1310.2; teases; (mum; {mazes E Pause.“ n a“; as) Human S‘wdfi {All PficLe-‘dmj FED; ] E 16. Haw man}.r dit‘ferent ways can you distribute I'll candies tn 3 kids [the candies are the same. each kid should have at least one candy}? U_ 9.05) .C.‘ ’2 0) cm: at E : ————+s--* {A} man; in] 99?; {C} 12mm 11?: (E) 3:3 [— 0. l i5 (:23 [Sinai-icy Solufifis is; flaws Eh I “all :sx'f’lum it Pageants : Q1: There: 1?. Which one ol' the following functions is a probability distribution? E {A} fix) = for .r =-1.o.1.2.3: [Bi ,i'ir)=%,jarx=—Lo.i.2.3 909?. (C)1'(x)=%._mr r=-l.fl.1,2.3 x {D} flix =i?.fiirx=rlt0.l.2.3 (E) ,f'ir}=%.fur “4.0.1.2.: ii") = xgz-fi”!= -2+-L0,l C 18. A probability distribution function is given as Which one of the cumulative distribution function {cdf} vaiues is NOT correct? [A] F{-2)=0'. {B} F[-l}=|f6; {C} FIE'UFZM; (D) F{l‘,l=l: {El Fi+mi=l D 19. Given the probability distribution l'unction fia}==]o'x, for x=1,2,3,4. What is k? . e i: .. , (A)2.UB3;{B} “31:02)0.1;(D)U.48;(E]fl.033 E19“): 1 =7 $543+ 19' i % Kai-“3' - : :1 variable ' hum] I Size: 805 KB Dimension: 2400 x 2832 pixels 21. A discrete random variable X has expected value Eat) and variance Var(X}. Define _ ‘i’=2)(d what’s the expected value and variance for this new random variable Y? {A} EIYFE‘CX]. Var'i‘t'Fi-"fllixi‘, (B) EiYi=2*E[X}. VarfYFZ‘VaflX]; {C} EWFE‘EIIX). VafiYTFVal'ix); (D) Ef‘f')=2"E{X}, VfifiYF4*VflI(X); {E} E(Y]=2*E{X}, VariY)=3'Var(X). Page 4 of5 22. Suppose that the number of accidents occurring on a highway each day is Poisaon random variable with parameter Pg. Find the prflgabilit‘f that 3 accidents occur today Note: emlfilfl . _. ._. *9: ‘3 ‘ } PW‘53—He : 3i {23%) : e an; IE 3 . ‘ (A; 0.224: {B} H.025: (C) [lit] 1; {D} 0.222: {E} 01333 FileIZIDIZII .jpg C 23 ;£:?=?JDP65EBIF“393 el consisting 01‘ 33 numbers: I through 36, i} and double ll. Sam .l-te Dimension: 2340 x 2344 pixels come is one of the numbers 1 through 12. Which distribution is the best for modeling this process? {A} Binomial distribution; (B) Poisson process; {C} Geometric distribution; {D} Hypergeometric distribution; (E) Moitinomial distribution. ‘9‘ $§$ 24. On a multiple-choice exam with 5 possible answers for each of the ‘10 questions. what is ‘Q0 the probability that a student would get 9 or more correct ansWers just by guessing? (so 1.353wlfl'5; {Hi Iozixiofltcioei;(035.12x1o";{tsi Leisxio‘5 I‘D D [‘3 1-D Pixzii: (at -2) v.94» (Wicca) _ n -l- l -t r L : mm 5” 10111 of \{W LN?“ [jet Credits for @mt-tmé’ii. 37mg Pace 5 of5 ...
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