S479 F10 Quiz 3 Solutions

S479 F10 Quiz 3 Solutions - Quiz 3 STAT 479 l The number of...

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Unformatted text preview: Quiz 3 STAT 479 September 16, 2010 l. The number of dental claims during each year for each insured are distributed as a Poisson distribution with a mean of 2.5. The claims can be split between those attributable standard cleanings and those attributable to ”other causes” with 90% being attributable to standard cleanings. Calculate the probability that an insured has more than two claims attributable to ”other causes” to other causes during a five year period. 2. The number of auto accidents is distributed as a zero-modified geometric distribution with [3 = 9. The probability of less than 3 claims is 0.757. Calculate p34. ?r (1% 0503*”“5 “4 5) .. ”Pr/N50) .pflwb ”Mi/M?) ...
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