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Week 4 Problem Set 5 (Individual Assignment) (
1. Suppose that a liability insurance policy with a coverage
limit of $100,000 (i.e., the insurer will pay liability claims up to
$100,000) has a premium of $600. For each of the following
people, what is the
1. Kelly is worried about the theft of her bike. Her bike is worth $100 and will be stolen
with a probability of 20%. If it gets stolen, shell replace it with another $100 bike.
She has $400 in other assets, for a total of $500 including the bike. She is
Exercise Questions
Question 1. Consider a random variable X with sample space cfw_x 1, x2
and probability distribution p(x1)=p1 and p(x2)=p2.
a) Write down the formulas for E[X] and Var(X).
E[ X ] p1 x1 p 2 x 2
Var [ X ] p1 [ x1 E ( X )] 2 p 2 [ x 2 E ( X
Assignment 3 Due Nov 13th
1. Kelly is worried about the theft of her bike. Her bike is worth $100 and will be stolen
with a probability of 20%. If it gets stolen, shell replace it with another $100 bike.
She has $400 in other assets, for a total of $500 i
1. Imagine 100 students who own bicycles. Each bike is worth $200,
and a student will want to buy a new bike of equal value if his/hers
gets stolen. The probability of a given bike being stolen is 10%.
(a) What is the expected value (mean) and standard de
1. Imagine 100 students who own bicycles. Each bike is worth $200,
and a student will want to buy a new bike of equal value if his/hers
gets stolen. The probability of a given bike being stolen is 10%.
(a) What is the expected value (mean) and standard de
Assignment 3 Due Nov 20th
1. Kelly is worried about the theft of her bike. Her bike is worth $100 and will be stolen
with a probability of 20%. If it gets stolen, shell replace it with another $100 bike.
She has $400 in other assets, for a total of $500 i
Assignment 1 In all questions, SHOW your work to get full credit.
Question 1. Jack Sprat Wholesale Meats, Inc. is faced with the following
probability distribution for losses due to meat spoilage:
Possible
Losses
$0
$100
$1000
Probability
.20
.60
.20
a) W
Assignment 1 In all questions, SHOW your work to get full credit.
Question 1. Jack Sprat Wholesale Meats, Inc. is faced with the following
probability distribution for losses due to meat spoilage:
Possible
Losses
$0
$100
$1000
Probability
.20
.60
.20
a) W
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Audience Analysis Survey & Adaptation Report
Name:
Name:
Name:
Name:
Name:
Soyoung Lee
Keebeom Youn
Rachata Soranakom
Da Eun Jeong
Title of Your
Presentation
(in the form of Issues
Question beginning
with Should)
I.
Trump 101
Audience Analyses Questions (
1. Homer and Marge have initial wealth levels W = $10, 000 and are
subject to a potential loss of L = $7,500 each. They both have utility
functions u(W) = W. However, Homer is more risky than Marge. Homer's
probability of loss equals pS = 3/ 4 , while Mar