START
Average # Accidents (l)
P(r)
0.1801
0.3087
0.2646
0.2466
0.14
STAGE 2
# Accidents (r)
P(r)
0
0.8694
0.1306
1
Pr(1)
48.9%
Pr(3)
24.7%
Pr(2)
26.5%
I have filled these in for you, although you may select a cell to see how these are
done, if you like -

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Howe

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There are 150 examination points on this test, worth 15 CPs. Each worksheet is worth an equal amount of points sans any BL points that might
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20
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20
3
10
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If X is normal random variable with mean and standard deviation , then Z =
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STP 420
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501
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1. Write H0 and Ha .
H0 : = 300
Ha : < 300
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