Assignment 1 Part 2
Question 1
a) P[A] = Probability that randomly selected person reads 1-2 books per year.
21+30
51
=
=
300
300
P[B]= Probablilty that randomly selected person reads 3-5 books per ye
Discrete
Probability
Distributions
Outcomes
At the end of this section you should
be able to:
Know
how to determine probabilities
associated with Uniform, Binomial and
Poisson distribution applicatio
Continuous Probability
Distributions
Review of Discrete and
Continuous Random
Variables
A discrete random
variable is a variable that
can take on a countable
number of possible
values, e.g. 1,2,3,4,5,
Graphing Quantitative
Data
Data
Categorical
Data
Bar Charts
Pie Charts
Quantitativ
e Data
Contingenc
y Tables
Histograms
Stem &
Leaf
Diagrams
Data
Histograms are for Quantitative
Data
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ADM 2303 F
Statistics Assignment 1
Question 1
A)
Genetic Diseases
Chemotherapy
Anti-Inflammatory
Total
Company ASuccess
3
5
35
43
Company BSuccess
11
10
11
32
Tota
QUESTION 1
(a)
p=
0.01 n =
P(0) = 0.904382
P(>0) = 0.095618
10
(b)
There is more than 5% chance of getting one broken mirror out of 10
Getting one broken mirror out of 10 is not exceptional
There is n
Marks
Question 1
x
P(x)
xP(x)
0.1
0.11
0.2
0.23
0.3
0.06
0
1
2
3
4
5
0
0.11
0.4
0.69
1.2
0.3
2.7
Mean =
Var =
6 (a)
Mean
Var
SD
Mean
Var
SD
5.4
3.98
1.9949937343
8
Mean
Var
SD
5.4
6.0496
2.4595934623
Suggested Final Exam Questions for Professors to Review in Class
ADM2303
The following list indicates which previous final exam questions are on which topics for review in class.
For instance 07 1(c)
QUESTION 1
(a)
p=
0.01 n =
P(0) = 0.904382
P(>0) = 0.095618
10
(b)
There is more than 5% chance of getting one broken mirror out of 10
Getting one broken mirror out of 10 is not exceptional
There is n
Discrete
Probability
Distributions
Outcomes
At the end of this section you should
be able to:
Know
how to determine probabilities
associated with Uniform, Binomial and
Poisson distribution applicatio
Continuous Probability
Distributions
Continuous
Probability
Distributions
Probabilities
of Equal
Ranges are
Equal
Anything
Else
Intervals
between
Poisson
Events
Uniform
Distribution
Normal
Distributio
Introduction to
Quality and
Statistical Process
Control
Quality
Control
Causes of
Quality
Variation
Statistical
Control
Charts
X-Bar
Charts
R and S
Charts
EXAMPLE SITUATIONS
PACKAGE FILLING
Minimum fi
Populations and
Samples
Populations
and Samples
Using
Samples to
Estimate
Populations
Simple
Random
Sampling
Sampling
Techniques
Stratified
Random
Sampling
Cluster
Random
Sampling
Systematic
Random
Sa
Populations and
Samples
Populations
and Samples
Using
Samples to
Estimate
Populations
Simple
Random
Sampling
Sampling
Techniques
Stratified
Random
Sampling
Cluster
Random
Sampling
Systematic
Random
Sa