### Probability and normal distribution

Monday, 03 April 2017

8. In Syed’s town there are 11,303 Hindi speakers. In Rajiv’s town there are 19,251 Hindi speakers. In Jon’s town there are 1,092 Hindi speakers. For this situation, what is the variable under consideration? 9.The members of a board of directors have the following roles: president (P), vice president (V), secretary (S), treasurer (T), and

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### Probability, Simulation, Demand, Sample Space, Decision

Monday, 03 April 2017

18. Employees of a local company are classified according to gender and job type. The following table summarizes the number of people in each job category. Male (M) Female (F) Job Administrative (AD) 110 10 Salaried staff (SS) 30 50 Hourly staff (HS) 60 40 If an employee is selected at random, what is the

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### Cell phone probability analysis

Monday, 03 April 2017

According to an article appearing in the Wall Street Journal, about 70% of all U.S. households have a cellular phone. suppose that you are conducting a survey of customer satisfaction regarding their cellular phone. If you called 11 households selected at random, what is the probability that: (a) every household has a cellular phone? (b)

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### Testing of a hypothesis based on a single sample

Monday, 03 April 2017

The 3 problems are from the topic “Test of Hypothesis Based on a Single Sample” of Probability and Statistic. I need assistance with these problems. Need to find out the correct solution and answers. 9. Two different companies have applied to provide cable television service in a certain region. Let p denote the proportion of

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### Sample proportion

Monday, 03 April 2017

Suppose that 15% of all adults jog. An opinion poll asks a simple random sample of 500 adults if they jog. a) What is the sampling proportion in the sample who jog? b) According to the 68-95-99.7 rule what is the probability that the sample proportion who jog will be 11.8% or greater?

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### Assessing probabilities and converting to a similar scale

Monday, 03 April 2017

Stacy is considering inviting Ned to lunch for Valentines Day and would strongly prefer NOT to run into her ex-boyfriend Jim while having lunch with Ned. Knowing Jim’s dining preferences quite well, she assesses the following probabilities for Jim eating at the various restaurants as (1) Sam’s Pizza, 0.1 (2) Sy’s Sandwiches, 0.2, (3) Bubba’s

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### Binomial criteria- success or failure

Monday, 03 April 2017

1) Classify events into success or failure 2) P(success) stay the same on each trial 3) Counting the number of successes 4) Discrete data 5) Independence Provide an example of a couple of variables that we work with that could meet the binomial criteria above.

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### Binomial probabilities and sample probabilities

Monday, 03 April 2017

A normal population has a mean of 80.0 and a standard deviation of 14.0. Compute the probability of a value between 75.0 and 90.0. Compute the probability of a value 75.0 or less. Compute the probability of a value between 55.0 and 70.0. In a binomial situation n = 4 and p = .25. Determine

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### Random Variables Problem Set

Monday, 03 April 2017

Please provide step by step solution with all work shown for the attached problem sets. It is important to see the steps required to solve the problems so I can understand the process for future problems: (see attachment) 1. A die is loaded so that the probability of any side showing is proportional to the

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### Fault Tree Analysis

Monday, 03 April 2017

Assume the probability of a tire blowout is 0.102% per 50,000 miles of use and that a person travels 13,000 miles per year in a car. Assume that the probability of loss of control is 30% if the blowout occurs on the front tires and 15% for the rear tires. If control is lost, the

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