1. X is Poisson, with = 12.3
deviation: 5.2714 = 2. 296 .
3
7
Pr(X > 4) =
= 5. 2714. Its mean is 5.2714, standard
X i
i=5
i!
e = 60.58%
2. X is hypergeometric with N = 52, K =q and n = 7. Its expecte
MATH2F82
SECOND MIDTERM MARCH 19, 2003
Full credit given for three correct and complete answers.
Open-book exam.
Duration: 50 minutes
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1. Consider a distribution having the following distribution fun
MATH2F82
FIRST MIDTERM FEBRUARY 12, 2003
Full credit given for three correct and complete answers.
Open-book exam.
Duration: 50 minutes
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In the next three questions, let X be a random variable with
2
1. Since
Z
x3
3x3
exp( )dx = 0.89298 1/3
0
(X)3
= 1.40435 (X)3
=
0.892983
P
3
Optional: To compute the expected value of ( n Xi ) , we rst realize
i=1
that this expression equals
E(X) =
n
P
i=1
Xi3
1. Optional. F (x) =
R
xex dx = 1 (1 + x)ex .
X
Pr( 1+X < y) = Pr(X <
f (x) =
y
(1y)3
2. F (x) = c
y
)
1y
=1
1
1y
y
exp( 1y )
y
exp( 1y ), where 0 < y < 1.
x2
2
where 0 < x < 1 c = 2.
2
y
y
X
F (y)
2
R b bx n1 dx
ba
x ba
= na+b = a + n+1
ba
n+1
a
2 bx n1 dx
Rb
n(ba)2
= (n+2)(n+1)2 .
Var[X(1) ] = n a x na+b
n+1
ba
ba
1. E[X(1) ] = n
(a) No, since
na+b
n+1
6= a
na+b
n n+1
(b) Yes, since lim
=a
n(b