Homework 5

Homework 5 - 35 to 44 45.2.162 45 to 54 37.7.134 55 to 64...

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Brett Rojas October 26, 2010 OM 210 – 301 Homework #5 Section 4.1, Problem 13 The selection probability that I would assign to each package design is .2. The data does not confirm the belief that one design is as likely to be selected as another. According to this sample, this is the probability distribution: x p(x) Design 1 .05 Design 2 .15 Design 3 .30 Design 4 .40 Design 5 .10 Section 4.2, Problem 21 Age Number Probability 19 and under 80.5 .286 20 to 24 19.0 .068 25 to 34 39.9 .142
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Unformatted text preview: 35 to 44 45.2 .162 45 to 54 37.7 .134 55 to 64 24.3 .087 65 and over 34.0 .121 Total 281.6 1.00 a) Probability of 20-24: .067 b) Probability of 20-34: .209 c) Probability of 45 or over: .124 Section 4.3, Problem 27 Conference Frequency p(Conference) Pac-10 2,961 .220 Big Ten 4,494 .335 Neither 6,823 .508 Both-849-.063 Total 13,429 1.00 a) Probability of neither: .508 b) Probability of either: .555 c) Probability of both: .063...
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