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Suppose the length of time (in hours) it takes for pizza to be delivered by
STAT 400
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The weight of fish in Lake Paradise follows a Normal Distribution with mean
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Statistics 400
Midterm Exam 2
April, 14th 2011, Thursday, 12:301:50pm
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STAT 400
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Homework #11
( 10 points )
( due Friday, April 15, by 3:00 p.m. )
From the textbook:
6.28 (
)
6.210 (
)
6.212 (
)
6.218 (
)
6.42 (
)
6.44
The data in Exercise 6.212 that give results of a leakage test are repeated here:
3.1
3.3
STAT 400
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Homework #9
(due Friday, April 1, by 3:00 p.m.)
1.
a)
Suppose that the actual amount of instant coffee a filling machine puts into "6ounce"
cans varies from can to can and that the actual fill may be considered a random variable
havi
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Examples for 02/28/2011
Let X be a random variable distributed uniformly over the interval [ a , b ].
Find the momentgenerating function of X.
b
MX( t ) = E( et X ) =
e
t x f ( x ) dx =

=
etb et a
t (b a )
,
1
tx
ba
a
et x b
=
STAT 400
Spring 2011
Examples for 02/28/2011
Uniform Distribution over an interval [ a , b ] :
For Uniform distribution,
P(c X d ) = d c ,
ba
E(X) = a + b ,
2
a c d b.
Var ( X ) =
(b a ) 2
12
.
Exponential Distribution:
f
(x) =
1
e x
E ( X ) = ,
Var ( X
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Exponential Distribution
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Example 1 Suppose we are interested in a Poisson process X defined over the unit interval [0, 1]
with as the expected number of events. We are interested in the amount of time, say W , that it
takes for
Gamma Distribution
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Example 1 Suppose we are interested in a Poisson process defined over the unit interval [0, 1]
with as the expected number of events, i.e., X P oisson(). We are interested in the amount
of time, say W , that