63 + 35 + 15
= 0.113
1000
0.032
P( A B)
(e) P ( A | B ) =
=
= 0.2207
(25 + 63 + 15 + 7 + 35) / 1000
P( B)
5
(f) P =
= 0.005
1000
(d) P ( A'B ) =
2-167.
(a) Let A denote that a part conforms to specifications and let B denote for a part a simple
component.
Feb Drive 2011
MBA SEMESTER 1
MB0040 STATISTICS FOR MANAGEMENT- 4 Credits
(Book ID: B1129)
Assignment Set- 1 (60 Marks)
Note: Each question carries 10 Marks. Answer all the questions
1. (a) What is the difference between a qualitative and quantitative var
Feb Drive 2011
MBA SEMESTER 1
MB0040 STATISTICS FOR MANAGEMENT- 4 Credits
0
(Book ID: B1129)
Assignment Set- 1 (60 Marks)
Note: Each question carries 10 Marks. Answer all the questions
1. (a) What is the difference between a qualitative and quantitative v
STAT 443
FORECASTING
PROJECT
Bharat Khanna
Nabil Jalil
Umer Iqbal
Taimur Mazhar
Time Series Analysis of the Public Sector from 19812009
Introduction
The topic of interest was analyzing the trend in the number of people employed by the
government. The logi
STAT 331 Project
Auto sales vs Oil Prices
Team Members
Salman Asif, Jawed Karim, Umer Iqbal,
Gautam Karwa, Nicky Chen, Chulmin Lee
Introduction
Purpose of project
Analyze the relationship between auto
sales and oil prices, electronic goods
sales and sport
Assignment No: 02 in Business Statistics
Submitted by: Syed Hezbullah Shah Bukhari(BBA-IT)
Issued by: Sir Habib Nawaz
University of Science & Technology Bannu
QUESTION:
The following table gives the frequency distribution for marks obtained by 40
students
Jaren Lewis
STAT 220 Homework 6
May 13, 2010
Chapter 16
6. Possibility (i) is more likely: both scenarios describe uncommon results, meaning the
scenario with greater chance error is more likely to occur.
7. The score will be like the sum of 25 draws with
Jaren Lewis
STAT 220 Homework 2
April 15, 2010
Chapter 13
2. The rst game is a better choice: the odds are 1 in 52 in (i) and 1 in 52*51=2652 in
(ii).
4.
Card 1: 4 aces in 52 cards; 4/52=1/13.5
Card 2: 3 aces in 51 cards; 3/51=1/17
Card 3: 2 aces in 50
Jaren Lewis
STAT 220 Homework 2
April 15, 2010
Chapter 4
1.
(a) The average is 50. The SD is 5.
(b) 48, 50 and 50 are within 0.5 SDs, or 2.5 dierence, of 50. All of the numbers except 41
are within 1.5 SDs, or 7.5 dierence, of 50.
5. 80 mm is quite low, o
Walk-In Clinic
Simulation
Team 14:
Archit Agnihotri
Jawed Karim
Salman Asif
Umer Iqbal
Introduction
Medical attention and health care are two vital factors that influence ones life. The
amount of time one spends waiting to see a doctor is at times boundle
Binay Shah
08104014
ECE
Question 1:
The waste (in kg per batch) found at various speed frames in a spinning unit are
as follows:
M/c No.
Waste
701
702
703
704
20.08 22.86 20.56 24.0
8
705
22.5
706
24.0
4
707
708
24.00 20.20
709
20.00
710
22.46
Do the valu
Notes to instructors
Introduction
The following ideas and information are provided to assist the instructor in the design and implementation
of the course. Traditionally this course is taught at Washington State University and the University of Idaho as a
Instructor Solution Manual
Probability and Statistics for Engineers and Scientists
(3rd Edition)
Anthony Hayter
1
Instructor Solution Manual
This instructor solution manual to accompany the third edition of
Probability and Statistics for Engineers and Sci
1
Assignments2 solutions: Due by Midnight Sunday, September 30th, 2012
(dropbox of week 2) (Chapters 4, 5, and 6): Total 70 points.
True/False (one point each)
Chapter 4
1. If events A and B are independent, then P(A/B) is always equal to zero. FALSE
In f
Assignment-3-solution: (Chs. 7 and 8):Due by Midnight of Sunday, October
14th, 2012: drop box 3: Total 70 points
True/False (1 point each)
Chapter 7
1. A sample size of 1000 is large enough to conclude that the sampling distribution
of p is a normal distr
BA 578-Fall2012: Midterm Test
Total 250 points
True/False (3 points each)
1. When determining the sample size n, if the value found for n is 79.2, we would choose to
sample 79 observations. (Ch8)
F We always round up
2. If we examine selected items from t
578Assignment-5 (Chs. 13 and 14)-solutions: Due by midnight of Sunday,
December 2nd, 2012: drop box 4): 70 points
True/False(One point each)
Chapter 13
1. The standard error of the estimate (standard error) is the estimated standard
deviation of the distr
United Arab Emirates University
College of Business and Economics
Department of Statistics
Project Stat 220: Fall 2012
Due date: January 20, 2013
(This project worth 10% of the total marks of the course. Please work in group and
submit a group report of m
Name: _
ID: _
Midterm
CS193C, Summer 2007, Young
Please print out this page, sign the Honor Code Statement, and turn it in at Thursdays Lecture, or slip
it under my office door (Gates 194). SITN students may FAX it to (650) 723-6092.
As weve discussed, yo
Jaren Lewis
STAT 220 Homework 5
May 06, 2010
Chapter 13
2. The rst game is a better choice: the odds are 1 in 52 in (i) and 1 in 52*51=2652 in
(ii).
4.
Card 1: 4 aces in 52 cards; 4/52=1/13.5
Card 2: 3 aces in 51 cards; 3/51=1/17
Card 3: 2 aces in 50 c
Jaren Lewis
STAT 220 Homework 2
April 15, 2010
Chapter 10
2.
(a) zx = (115 - 100)/15 = 1 SU; zy = 1(0.80) = 0.80; 0.80 = (y - 100)/15, y = 112; The
estimated score is 112.
(b) The best prediction for the score is the average, 112.
4.
(a) zx = (18 - 12)/3
SOLUTIONS
MULTIPLE CHOICE and TRUE/FALSE (5 POINTS EACH)
1.
In the Venn diagram below, let A be the event represented by the left circle, and
let B be the event represented by the right circle. Each number represents the
probability for the particular sec
NAME_SOLUTIONS_
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SHOW YOUR WORK AND JUSTIFY YOUR ANSWERS FOR ANY CREDIT.
WHEN ASKED TO EXPLAIN OR JUSTIFY, YOUR FIRST 2 SENTENCES IS ALL
THAT WE WILL GRADE. LONG DRAWN OUT ANSWERS WILL LOSE POINTS
1. A researcher wants to estimate the average wingspan of a particular type of bird. From previous data, she
assumes the distribution of wingspans follows a normal distribution with a standard deviation of 0.8 ft.
Then, she collects data and creates a 95%
1. A researcher wants to estimate the average wingspan of a particular type of bird. From
previous data, she assumes the distribution of wingspans follows a normal distribution with a
standard deviation of 0.8 ft. Then, she collects data and creates a 95%
NAME_
MIDTERM 1B
TOTAL NUMBER OF POINTS ON THIS EXAM: 250.
NOTE: IN FAIRNESS TO ALL STUDENTS, WE CAN NO LONGER ANSWER QUESTIONS
DURING OUR EXAMS. ANSWER THE QUESTIONS TO THE BEST OF YOUR ABILITY.
IF YOU SUSPECT AN ERROR PLEASE MAKE A NOTE ON THE EXAM AND
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MY RECITATION TIME IS: (circle one)
9:30
10:30
11:30
12:30
1:30
5:30
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YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR FINDING AND DOING ALL THE
PROBLEMS. ANY PROBLEMS/PAGES NOT ATTEMPTED RECEIVE 0
POINTS.
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