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10.9 + 12.1

1. For the probability to be maximum, μ = = 11.5

2

Then X ~ N(11.5, 2.25) and the greatest value of P(10.9 < X < 12.1) = 0.311

and Y = Time taken in minutes for a journey on route B.

Then X ~ N(25, 52) and Y ~ N(30, 22).

(i) P(X > 32) = 0.0808

P(X > Y) = P( X − Y > 0 ) = 0.177

P(|X − Y| > 5) = P(X − Y > 5) + P(X − Y < −5) = 0.0317 + 0.5 = 0.532

P(Y1 + Y2 + Y3 + Y4 + Y5 < 160) = 0.987

By the Central Limit Theorem,

52 1 82 64

X ≈ N(107, ) = N(107, ) and Y ≈ N(110, ) = N(110, ) .

75 3 69 69

1 64 29

⇒ X − Y ~ N (107 − 110, + ) = N (−3, )

3 69 23

P( X > Y ) = P( X − Y > 0) = 0.00377

(i) Given P(X < 60) = 0.01

60 − μ X −μ

⇒ P (Z < ) = 0.01 , where Z = ~ N(0,1)

σ σ

60 − μ

⇒ = −2.326

σ

⇒ −60 + μ = 2.326σ ……(1)

and P(X > 68) = 0.25

68 − μ X −μ

⇒ P (Z > ) = 0.25 , where Z = ~ N(0,1)

σ σ

68 − μ

⇒ 1 − P (Z < ) = 0.25

σ

68 − μ

⇒ P (Z < ) = 0.75

σ

68 − μ

⇒ = 0.674

σ

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⇒ 68 − μ = 0.674σ ……(2)

8

(1)+(2): 8 = 3σ ⇒ σ = = 2.67 (to 3 s.f.) (Shown)

3

8 ⎛8⎞

Substitute σ = into (1): μ = 60 + 2.326 ⎜ ⎟ = 66.2 (to 3 s.f.) (Shown)

3 ⎝3⎠

Let Y = Lifespan of a brand B battery. Then Y ~ N(65.7, 3.512).

(ii) P(the battery lasts for more than 66 hours)

8 10

= P(X > 66) + P(Y > 66)

18 18

= 0.494

2.67 2

(iii) X = average lifespan of 8 Brand A batteries. X ∼ N (66.2, )

8

3.512

Y = average lifespan of 10 Brand B batteries. Y ∼ N (65.7, )

10

⎛ 2.67 2 3.512 ⎞

X − Y ∼ N ⎜ 66.2 − 65.7, + ⎟ = N ( 0.5, 2.1231225 )

⎜ 8 10 ⎟

⎝ ⎠

( )

P X − Y ≤ 0.3 = P ( −0.3 ≤ X − Y ≤ 0.3)

= 0.1539232

≈ 0.154 (to 3 s.f)

Then E(X) = 20(0.2) = 4 and Var(X) = 20(0.2)(0.8) = 3.2.

3.2

By the Central Limit Theorem, X ≈ N (4, ).

n

Given P( X < 4.354) ≈ 0.9

4.354 − 4 X −4

⇒ P (Z < ) ≈ 0.9 , where Z = ~ N(0,1)

3.2 3.2

n n

0.354 n

⇒ ≈ 1.282

3.2

⇒ n ≈ 42 (nearest integer)

⎛1⎞ 80

(b) By the Central Limit Theorem, S ≈ N (80 (1) ,80 ⎜ ⎟) = N(80, ).

⎝3⎠ 3

P(75 < S < 90) = 0.807

(c) By the Central Limit Theorem, S ≈ N (100 ⎜ ⎟ ,100 ⎜ ⎟) = N( , ).

⎝ 96 ⎠ ⎝ 9216 ⎠ 24 2304

P(S < 99) = 0.385

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6. Let X = Mass of a melon and Y = Mass of a pumpkin.

Then X ~ N(0.8, 0.12) and Y ~ N(1.2, 0.22).

5 3

i =1

∑Y

i =1

i ~ N(3(1.2), 3(0.22)) = N(3.6, 0.12)

5 3

1.5 ∑ X i + 0.5 ∑ Yi ~ N(1.5(4) + 0.5(3.6), 1.52(0.05) + 0.52(0.12))

i =1 i =1

= N(7.8, 0.1425)

5 3

P(1.5 ∑ X i + 0.5 ∑ Yi > 8) = 0.298

i =1 i =1

(i) P(X ≥ 200) = 0.885

⇒ P(X ≤ m) = 0.97

⇒ m = 208

P(400 < X1 + X2 < 405) = 0.344

__

2.52

(iv) C ~ N (203, ) = N(203, 0.3125)

20

__

Given P( C− 203 < a) = 0.95

__

⇒ P (− a < C− 203 < a) = 0.95

__

⇒ P (203 − a < C < 203 + a) = 0.95

__

1 − 0.95

⇒ P (C < 203 + a) = 0.95 + = 0.975

2

⇒ 203 + a = 204.096

⇒ a = 1.10

and F = No. of hours per week spent in study by female students.

Then M ~ N(28.4, 62) and F ~ N(31.3, 42).

(i) M1 + M2 ~ N(2(28.4), 2(62)) = N(56.8, 72)

P(M1 + M2 ≥ 54.5) = 0.607

P(F < M) = P(F − M < 0) = 0.344

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(iii) M1 + M2 + M3 − 3F ~ N(3(28.4) − 3(31.3), 3(62) + 32(42)) = N(−8.7, 252)

P(M1 + M2 + M3 > 3F) = P(M1 + M2 + M3 − 3F > 0) = 0.292

M 1 + M 2 + M 3 + M 4 + M 5 + M 6 + F1 + F2

(iv) T =

8

1 1 233

E(T ) = ⎡⎣6 ( E( M ) ) + 2 ( E( F ) ) ⎤⎦ = [ 6(28.4) + 2(31.3) ] = (Shown)

8 8 8

1 1 31

Var(T ) = 2 ⎡⎣6 ( Var( M ) ) + 2 ( Var( F ) ) ⎤⎦ = ⎡6 ( 62 ) + 2 ( 42 ) ⎤ =

8 64 ⎣ ⎦ 8 (Shown)

233 31

∴T ∼ N( , )

8 8

P(25 < T < 32) = 0.910

and L = Mass in grams of a lollipop.

P(L1 + L2 + L3 + L4 − 3C < 10) = 0.415

(ii) X = C1 + C2 + C3 + C4 + C5 + L1 + L2

E(X) = 5 E(C) + 2 E(L) = 5(71) + 2(57) = 469 (Shown)

Var(X) = 5 Var(C) + 2 Var(L) = 5(72) + 2(52) = 295 (Shown)

∴ X ~ N(469, 295)

(iii) Y = C1 + C2 + C3 + L1 + L2 + L3 + L4 + L5

E(Y) = 3 E(C) + 5 E(L) = 3(71) + 5(57) = 498

Var(Y) = 3 Var(C) + 5 Var(L) = 3(72) + 5(52) = 272

∴ Y ~ N(498, 272)

X − Y ~ N(469 − 498, 295 + 272) = N(−29, 567)

P(|X − Y| < 10) = P(−10 < X − Y < 10) = 0.162

(i) Given P(X > 214) = 0.12

214 − 200 X − 200

⇒ P (Z > ) = 0.12 , where Z = ~ N(0,1)

σ σ

14

⇒ P (Z ≤ ) = 0.88

σ

14

⇒ = 1.175

σ

⇒ σ = 12 (to 2 s.f.) (Shown)

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(ii) P(|X − 200| > 10)

= P(X − 200 > 10) + P(X − 200 < −10)

= P(X > 210) + P(X < 190)

= 0.405

(iii) Y1 + Y2 + Y3 + Y4 − (X1 + X2 + X3)

~ N(4(160) − 3(200), 4(92) + 3(122)) = N(40, 756)

P(Y1 + Y2 + Y3 + Y4 < X1 + X2 + X3)

= P(Y1 + Y2 + Y3 + Y4 − ( X1 + X2 + X3 ) < 0)

= 0.0728

92

(iv) Y ~ N (160, )

n

Given P( Y > 158) ≥ 0.95

158 − 160 Y − 160

⇒ P( Z > ) ≥ 0.95 , where Z = ~ N(0,1)

92 92

n n

2 n

⇒ P (Z > − ) ≥ 0.95

9

2 n

⇒ P (Z < ) ≥ 0.95

9

2 n

⇒ ≥ 1.645

9

⇒ n ≥ 54.797

∴Least integer value of n = 55.

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