## Monday, November 4, 2013

### Statistics

Section 6 .1 ProblemsQuestion 1DiscreteContinuousContinuousDiscreteContinuousQuestion 2ContinuousDiscreteDiscreteDiscreteDiscreteQuestion 3The first dissemination is valid since the marrow of probabilities of 1 , 2 b is equal to `1Whereas the second dispel is not valid since the sum of probabilities of 1 , 2 , b is more than 1 . [0 .25 0 .6 0 .2 1 .05]In to smash-up a valid fortune , it Is necessary that the probabilities of all the events mustiness be equal to 1Question 4Age Distribution of promotion - sensitive shoppers are18-2829-3940-5051-6162 and all over Expected age [ ( 23 x .07 ( 34 x .44 ( 45 x .24 ( 56 x 0 .14 ( 67 x .11 ? 484 .7 22 .0Question 5Income Distribution of super shoppers5-1515-2525-3535-4545-5555 or moreYes we do have a valid a probability dissemination because whenever some data is written in frames , we find col through their mid points . The probability here therefore corresponds to severally Income range Expected Income [ ( 10 x .21 ( 20 x .14 ( 30 x .22 ( 40 x .15 ( 50 x .2 ( 60 x .08 ) ] 32 .3Standard deviation [ ( 10^2 x .21 ( 20^2 x .14 ( 30^2 x .22 ( 40^2 x .15 ( 50^2 x .2 (60^2 x .08 ) ] - [ ( 10 x .21 ( 20 x .14 30 x .22 ( 40 x .15 ( 50 x .2 ( 60 x .08 ) ]^2 ?259 .7 16 .11Question 10The probability that Sara ordain die in her 60th year is .00756Expected passage 50000 x .00756 378Exercise 6 .2Question 1 :Binomial ProbabilitiesWhat makes up a political campaign ? A fair quarter is flipped three t imesWhat is a successWhat is a failureWhat a! re the value of n ,, q ? n 3 ,, q3C3 )^3 )^0 .1253C2 )^2 )^1 .3753C2 )^2 )^1 3C3 )^3 )^0 .51 - [3C0 )^0 )^3] .5Question 210C10 ( 1 /5 )^10 (4 /5 )^0 1 .024 x 10^-710C0 (1 /5 )^ 0 (4 /5 )^10 .107one method1 - [ 10C0 ( 1 /5 )^0 (4 /5 )^10 .893 Second Method10C1 ( 1 /5 )^1 (4 /5 )^9 10C2 ( 1 /5 )^2 (4 /5 )^8 10C3 ( 1 /5 )^3 (4 /5 )^7 10C4 ( 1 /5 )^4 (4 /5 )^6 10C5 ( 1 /5 )^5 (4 /5 )^5 10C6 ( 1 /5 )^6 (4 /5 )^4 10C7 ( 1 /5 )^7 (4 /5 )^3 10C8 ( 1 /5 )^8 (4 /5 )^2 10C9 ( 1 /5 )^9 (4 /5 )^1 10C10 ( 1 /5 )^10 (4 /5 )^0 .89210C5 ( 1 /5 )^5 (4 /5 )^5 10C6 ( 1 /5 )^6 (4 /5 )^4 10C7 ( 1 /5 )^7 (4 /5 )^3 10C8 ( 1 /5 )^8 (4 /5 )^2 10C9 ( 1 /5 )^9 (4 /5 )^1 10C10 ( 1 /5 )^10 (4 /5 )^0 .026 5 .51 x 10^-3 7 .86 x 10^-4 7 .37 x 10^-5 4 .1 x 10^-6 1 .02 x 10^-7 0 .032Question 3 : Sociology : Marriage10C7...If you desire to get a full essay, order it on our website: OrderCustomPaper.com

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