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S1 June 2002 ms Edexcel

S1 June 2002 ms Edexcel

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EDEXCEL STATISTICS S1 (6683) JUNE 2002 PROVISIONAL MARK SCHEME
QuestionNumberScheme Marks1.
 P(Not 6) = 1
 
61
=
65
 B1
(1)
P(6 on third throw)=
5510.116666
× × =
 
3 probabilities multiplied
 M1 A1ft=
21625
= 0.1157… (accept 0.116)A1
(3)(4 marks)
 
2.
Observe real world problem B1Devise a statistical model and collect data B1Compare observed against expected outcomes and test the model B1Refine model if necessary B1
(4)(4 marks)
 
3.
(
a
)
 
P(
 B
 A
) = Probability of 
 B
, given
 A
has occurredB1, B1
(2)
(
b
)
ε
 
 A
&
 B
 no overlapB1B1
(2)
P(Amber is late) = 0.5
×
0.02M1= 0.01 A1 cao
(2)
 complete diagram0.49; 0.010.198; 0.0020.27; 0.03M1B1B1B1
(4)
(
e
) P(Late) = 0.03 + 0.01 + 0.002 = 0.042
intersections, three of them
 
added
M1= 0.042 A1 cao
(2)(12 marks)
 
 A
 
 B
 0.490.27
L A B
0.198
0.010.030.002
 
ft = follow-through mark; cao = correct answer only
 1
 
EDEXCEL STATISTICS S1 (6683) JUNE 2002 PROVISIONAL MARK SCHEME
QuestionNumberScheme Marks4.
(
a
)M1A2 (
1 eeoo)
(3)
(
b
)E(
 X 
) = (1
×
0.1) + (2
×
0.1) + … + (8
×
0.25)M1= 5.2 A1E(
 X 
2
) = (1
2
 
×
0.1) + (2
2
 
×
0.1) + … + (8
2
 
×
0.25)M1= 32.8 A1Var (
 X 
) = E(
 X 
2
)
{E(
 X 
)}
2
M1= 32.8 – (5.2)
2
= 5.76 (
) A1 cso
(6)
(
c
) E(
) = 2E(
 X 
) + 3 = 13.4 B1Var (
) = 2
2
Var (
 X 
) M1= 4
×
5.76 = 23.04A1
(3)(12 marks)
 
5.
(
a
) Bell shaped curve; symmetrical about the mean; 95% of data lies within2sd of mean; asymptotic etc (any 2).B1; B1
(2)
(
b
)P(
 X 
< 3500) = 0.01
 
µ 
 
3500 = 2.3263
σ  
 
M1 A1P(
 X 
< 5500) = 0.025
5500
 
µ 
= 1.96
σ  
 A1solving for
µ 
 
and
σ  
 
M1
σ  
 
= 466.6028… accept 466.6/467A1
0.01 0.0253500
µ 
5500
 
µ 
= 4585.4583… accept 4585.5/4590A1
(6)
(
c
)P(
 X 
< 4000) = P
 ⎠ ⎞⎝ ⎛ <
...6028.466 ...4583.45854000
 Z 
 M1 A1ft= P(
 Z 
<
1.25)A1= 0.1056 A1
(4)(12 marks)
 x
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8P(
 X 
=
 x
) 0.1 0.1 0.05 0.15 0.1 0.1 0.15 0.25(
) indicates final answer is given on question paper; ft = follow-through mark 
 2
 
EDEXCEL STATISTICS S1 (6683) JUNE 2002 PROVISIONAL MARK SCHEME
QuestionNumberScheme Marks6.
(
a
) Frequency densities 5, 0, 10, 4, 110, 75, 1.7Graph: scales and labels, shape, correct frequency densitiesB1B1, M1, A1
(4)
(
b
)
Σ
 fy
= 2888.5B1Mean weight = 14 +
10505.2888
×
 M1= 19.777 accept 19.78/19.8 A1
S
 y
=
2
505.28885075.171503
 ⎠ ⎞⎝ ⎛ 
 M1= 9.62819… awrt 9.63 A1Standard deviation of weight =
1062819.9
= 0.96219… accept 0.963/0.96A1ft
(6)
 (NB: Using
n
 
1 gives 0.9725…)(
c
)
Q
2
= 20.0 +
22)1225(
×
0.2M1= 20.118… accept 20.1/20.12 A1
(2)
(
) Median data skewed B1Mean lower value; fewer complaints B1
(2)(14 marks)
 awrt = anything which rounds to
 3

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