IME 301 and 312
Exercise on Random Variables and Distributions
We are interested in studying the number of defects on parts that are produced in a
plant. An experiment is performed by randomly selecting 940 parts and examining them
for defects. Among thes

IME 312
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Date: 3-29-06
1- What is the difference between continuous and discrete variable? Provide example for
each one.
2- Write sample space for an experiment of throwing dice. Write an event, G, that is all
possible odd numbe

IME 301
Example on Regression Using Data from Height and Grade of People (Students)
By: Dr. Parisay
Assume you have collected data on grade and height of 36 students. We would like to
examine if there is any relationship between grade and height of each s

IME 301
Example on Goodness-of-Fit Test Using Data from Height of People
By: Dr. Parisay
Refer to the previous example on height of 36 people in Cm. The collected data is in the
table below:
153
152
180
152.5
169
155
163.5
168.2
171
173.5
181.2
179
174
16

IME 301
Spring 2006
Discussion on Importance of Selecting a Suitable One-Sided Null Hypothesis
Case 1: Consider Example 44 on page 405 of your textbook. The correct null hypothesis
is in approach I. However, if you consider approach II, you will still get

IME 312
Spring 2007
Hypothesis Testing Examples
By: Dr. Parisay
This handout assists in discussion on how to interpret hypothesis testing examples, as
well as, effect of different parameters in final conclusion. Detailed solutions will be
discussed in cla

IME 312 Example on Geometric, Negative Binominal, and Multinomial Distributions
By: Dr. Parisay Case 1: A company delivers its products in boxes with 20 products in each box. If a product is selected for functional testing, it is scrapped after such tests

IME 312
Example on Binominal and Hypergeometric Distributions
By: Dr. Parisay
Case 1: A company delivers its products in boxes with 20 products in each box. If a
product is selected for functional testing, it is scrapped after such tests. Based on
histori

IME 301 and 312
Example on Probability
You are playing a game. You may win $2, $3, $4, $5, or $8 at the end of each game. You
have played this game 50 times now and the following data is collected. You won $2 for
ten times, $3 for eight times, $4 for seve

IME 301
Example on Probability Using Data from Grade of People (Students)
By: Dr. Parisay
Data is collected on grade of 36 Students. The grade of each student is a value between 0
and 100 and is multiple of 5. For example, there is no grade of 62. The gra