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Unformatted text preview: Poisson Distribution, Review of Chapter 3 Instructor: Andrew Liu September 28, 2011 Textbook section: 39 What Distributions are the Following Random Variables? 1 Out of 100 calls to GEICO, the number of phone calls that are related to car accidents. (There are calls related to membership or other different claims.) Textbook section: 39 What Distributions are the Following Random Variables? 1 Out of 100 calls to GEICO, the number of phone calls that are related to car accidents. (There are calls related to membership or other different claims.) 2 Suppose that you’re an agent at GEICO, the number of phone calls you receive in one day till the first call that is from a female caller. Textbook section: 39 What Distributions are the Following Random Variables? 1 Out of 100 calls to GEICO, the number of phone calls that are related to car accidents. (There are calls related to membership or other different claims.) 2 Suppose that you’re an agent at GEICO, the number of phone calls you receive in one day till the first call that is from a female caller. 3 The number of phone calls to GEICO in a day. Textbook section: 39 What Distributions are the Following Random Variables? 1 Out of 100 calls to GEICO, the number of phone calls that are related to car accidents. (There are calls related to membership or other different claims.) 2 Suppose that you’re an agent at GEICO, the number of phone calls you receive in one day till the first call that is from a female caller. 3 The number of phone calls to GEICO in a day. 4 Suppose that for Junior students at Purdue, each one has the same probability of taking IE 230. In a class of IE230 with 150 students, the number of Junior students. Textbook section: 39 What Distributions are the Following Random Variables? 1 Out of 100 calls to GEICO, the number of phone calls that are related to car accidents. (There are calls related to membership or other different claims.) 2 Suppose that you’re an agent at GEICO, the number of phone calls you receive in one day till the first call that is from a female caller. 3 The number of phone calls to GEICO in a day. 4 Suppose that for Junior students at Purdue, each one has the same probability of taking IE 230. In a class of IE230 with 150 students, the number of Junior students. 5 The number of Junior students in a IE 230 class in a particular semester at Purdue....
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This note was uploaded on 01/28/2012 for the course IE 230 taught by Professor Xangi during the Winter '08 term at Purdue UniversityWest Lafayette.
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