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HW 6.1 6.2 FA10 (Homework)
Chris O'Neal
STAT 7770 FA10, Fall 2010
Instructor: Chandler Pike
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(a) What value for P(4) will make this a valid probability distribution?
Probability Distribution
x
P(x)
0
0.25
1
0.12
2
0.26
3
0.13
4
P(4) =
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(b) Is this a probability distribution for a discrete or continuous random variable?
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A radio station plays a game with a callin contestant 4 times a day. The distribution below shows the probability
distribution for the number of contestants that will win in a day.
Radio Game Show
Number of Winners
Probability
0
0.721
1
0.168
2
0.062
3
0.003
4
0.046
(a) Verify that the probabilities give a legitimate probability distribution.
(b) What is the probability that there is at least one winner on a randomly selected day?
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(c) What is the probability a that there are more than 2 winners on a randomly selected day?
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(d) Find the mean of this probability distribution.
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winners (3 decimal places)
(e) What does this mean?Interpret it.
(f) How many winners should the radio station expect to have in a day?
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Suppose a life insurance company sells a 27year old woman a $10,000 oneyear life insurance policy for $375. If the
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