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Examples for 7.2, 8.2
Two independent samples:
X1, X2, , Xn
Y1, Y2, , Yn
1
from population 1
mean 1 , std. dev. 1
2
from population 2
mean 2 , std. dev. 2
If n 1 and n 2 are large, or population 1 and population 2 ar
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Examples for 04/25/2011
A new method of storing snap beans is believed to retain more ascorbic acid than
the old method. In an experiment, snap beans were harvested under uniform
conditions and frozen in 250 equal-size packages. On
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Practice Problems 10
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In a random sample of 100 Hawk & Hummingbird Airline (HHA) direct flights
from New York to Boston, the average number of passengers was 56.3, with
sample standard deviation 11.33.
a)
Construct
Exam 1
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Suppose
(Version A white)
P ( A ) = 0.45,
P ( A B ) = 0.15,
P ( B ) = 0.40,
(Answers)
P ( C ) = 0.50,
P ( A C ) = 0.20,
P ( B C ) = 0.25,
P ( A B C ) = 0.05.
a) (2) Find P ( A C ) = _.
b) (3) Find P ( A ( B C ) ) = _.
c) (5) Find P ( B C | A' )
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Practice Problems 5
(i) Give the name of the distribution of X (if it has a name), (ii) find the values
of and 2, and (iii) calculate P ( 1 X 2 ) when the moment-generating
function of X is given by
a)
M ( t ) = (
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Homework #6
(due Friday, November 14, by 2:00 p.m.)
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and your discussion section number at the top of the first page.
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Examples for 02/09/2011
5.
Management of an airline knows that 0.5% of the airlines passengers lose their
luggage on domestic flights. Management also know that the average value
claimed for a lost piece of luggage on domestic flights
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Examples for 02/09/2011
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Management of an airline knows that 0.5% of the airlines passengers lose their
luggage on domestic flights. Management also know that the average value
claimed for a lost piece of luggage on domestic flights
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Examples for 02/11/2011
Binomial Distribution:
1.
The number of trials, n, is fixed.
2.
Each trial has two possible outcomes: success and failure.
3.
The probability of success, p, is the same from trial to trial.
4.
The trials are in
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Examples for 02/11/2011
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Binomial, n = 15, p = 1 5 = 0.20.
/
a)
Yes.
b)
E ( X ) = n p = 15 0.20 = 3.
c)
15
P ( X = 3 ) = (0.20 ) 3 (0.80 ) 12 = 0.2501389.
3
OR
P ( X = 3 ) = PMF @ 3 = 0.250.
OR
P ( X = 3 ) = CDF @ 3 CDF @ 2 = 0.648
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ItisSaturdaymorningatStarbucks.Iseachrandomvariablediscrete(D)orcontinuous(C)?
a. Temperatureofthecoffeeservedtoarandomlychosencustomer.
Continuous
b. Numberofcustomerswhoorderonlycoffeewithnofood.
Discrete
c. Waitingtimebeforearand
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Outcomes
x
TT
0
HT TH
1
HH
A balanced (fair) coin is tossed twice.
Let X denote the number of H's.
Construct the probability distribution
of X.
2
S = cfw_ HH , HT , TH , TT
X=
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Examples for 02/07/2011 (Answers)
2
1
1
Just for fun:
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Examples for 02/07/2011
A random variable associates a numerical value with each outcome of a
random experiment.
A random variable is said to be discrete if it has either a finite number of
values or infinitely many values that can be
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Examples for 02/04/2010
order of the selection
is important
order of the selection
is not important
repetitions allowed
(w/ replacement)
nr
n + r 1 Cr
repetitions not allowed
(w/o replacement)
n!
n P r = (n r ) !
n Cr =
n!
r ! (n r )
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Examples for 01/26/2011
In Neverland, men constitute 60% of the labor force. The rates of unemployment
are 6.0% and 4.5% among males and females, respectively. A person is selected
at random from Neverlands labor force.
a)
What is
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Examples for 01/26/2011
In Neverland, men constitute 60% of the labor force. The rates of unemployment
are 6.0% and 4.5% among males and females, respectively. A person is selected
at random from Neverlands labor force.
P( U | M )
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Examples for 01/28/2011
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Events A and B are independent if and only if
P(BA) = P(B)
P(AB) = P(A)
P(A B) = P(A) P(B)
1.
The probability that a randomly selected student at Anytown College owns a bicycle is
0.55, the probability that a s
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Events A and B are independent if and only if
P(BA) = P(B)
P(AB) = P(A)
P(A B) = P(A) P(B)
Note that if two events, A and B, are mutually exclusive, then P( A B ) = 0. Therefore, two
mutually exclusive events c
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Examples for 01/31/2011
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Multiplication Principle ( Fundamental Rule of Counting ):
If there are n events and event i can occur in N i possible ways, then
the number of ways in which the sequence of n events may occur is
N 1 N 2 . N n
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Examples for 01/31/2011
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1.
The call letters of radio and television stations in the United States begin with either
K or W. Those west of the Mississippi River start with K and those east of it with W.
a)
Some stations, such as KID in
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Examples for 02/04/2011
order of the selection
is important
order of the selection
is not important
repetitions allowed
(w/ replacement)
nr
n + r 1 Cr
repetitions not allowed
(w/o replacement)
n!
n P r = (n r ) !
n Cr =
n!
r ! (n r )
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The time it takes a ski patroller to respond to an accident call has an exponential distribution with an
averageequalto5minutes.
(a) In what time will 90 percent of all ski accident calls be responded to? (Round your intermediate
c
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Acognitiveretrainingclinicassistsoutpatientvictimsofheadinjury,anoxia,orotherconditionsthatresultin
cognitiveimpairment.Eachincomingpatientisevaluatedtoestablishanappropriatetreatmentprogramand
estimated length of stay. To see if t
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Homework #5
(due Friday, October 31, by 2:00 p.m.)
Please include your name ( with your last name underlined ), your NetID,
and your discussion section number at the top of the first page.
No credit will be given wit
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Practice Problems 9
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TaxesRUs Block is a national chain that prepares income tax returns for
individuals. The president of the company wants an average number of 5
customers per clerk per day. On April 15, a random
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Practice Problems 11
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Suppose the IQs of students at Anytown State University are normally distributed
with standard deviation 15 and unknown mean.
a)
Suppose a random sample of 64 students is obtained. Find the pr