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Presented to: Dr. Aly Abdel-Moneim Presented by: Tarek Fahd

Applied Statistics Assignment Sheet

The mean arrival rate is 10 passengers per minute.918 2) Mean weekly earnings individuals working in various industries were reported.198 = 43.00004539 + 0.002269 The probability that two or fewer arrive in a minute is = 0.96 x = 6.000453 = 0.96 ±z E = 1.000453 + 0.00276739 iii.198 = 50 6. What is the probability of no arrivals in a minute? ii.00004539 = 0.Applied Statistics Assignment Sheet #2 1) Airline passengers arrive randomly and independently at the passenger screening facility at a major international airport. What is the probability that at least one arrival in 15 second period? ² Answer i.198 = 50 + 6.5 = 0.205 The probability of at least one arrival in15 second is the complement to 0 arrival in 15 second = 1-0. Assume that this result was based on a sample of 250 service individuals and the standard deviation was $50. new µ is 15/60 x 10 = 2. What is the probability that two or fewer passenger arrive in a minute? iii. Compute the 95% confidence interval for the population mean weekly earnings for individuals working in the service industry.198 =56. ii.802 Tarek Fahd 2 .082 = 0. The Mean weekly earnings for individuals in the service industry were $369. i. Answer u =369 n=250 =50 CI = 95% = 1.002269 =0. = 0.

0115+0. What is the probability that two or fewer will withdraw? b.633=0. The probability of at least 2 travelers have a cell phone or a laptop = 0.4 n= 15 a.0004702 = 0.9366. September 12.633 The probability of 12 travelers have neither a cell phone nor a laptop is the complement of the probability of three travelers having a cell phone or a laptop P (12) = 1-0. 2000). a. = 0. a. What is the probability three have a cell phone or a laptop? b.004702) = 0.9948 c. What is the probability that 12 of the travelers have neither a cell phone nor a laptop? c.1369 The probability that two or fewer is: =0.0004702 +0.0576 = 0. = 0. a. Assume that 20 students have registered for course this quarter.206 b. The probability of more than two is the complement of the probability of two so it is : 1-0.004702 The probability of at least 2 travelers has a cell or a laptop is the complement of one traveler: 1-(0.8631. What is the probability that more than two will withdraw? Answer = 0.1369 = 0. Tarek Fahd 3 . What is the probability that exactly four will withdraw? c.2181 c.0576+0.3) Forty percent of business travelers carry either a cell phone or a laptop (USA Today. 4) A university found that 20% of its students withdraw without completing the introductory statistics course. In a Sample of 15 business travelers. b. What is the probability at least two of the travelers have a cell phone or a laptop? Answer = 0.0115 = 0.1369 = 0.

report that the mean number errors per chapter is 0.01487 = 0. b.00248 + 0.01487+0.449 = 0.9977 7) Textbook authors and publishers work very hard to minimize the number of errors in a text.8.007566 a. Carmen. b.005 n=1200 µ=n =1200 x 0.A.025 n=400 µ=n =400 x 0.002269 = 0. What is the probability that at least three loans will be defaulted? Answer = 0. a. a. J.04461 = 0. What is the probability that there are five receive a busy signal? b.00248 = 0. = 0. = 0. statistics editor.5) It is estimated 0. Mona is a lone head officer at the A. A. Last month she made 400 loans. What is the probability that three loans will be defaulted? b.005 = 6 a. some errors are unavoidable.3594 = 0. Based on her years of experience.S.1606 = 0.002269 The complement is 1-. If today we have 1200 callers.025 that an applicant will not be able to repay his or her installment loan.025 = 10 = 0.06196 6) Ms.3594 The probability that there are less than two errors is 0. b. The probability of at least three is the complement of the probability of two = 0.04461 The probability that there are at most two is: 0. she estimates that the probability is 0. West Telephone Company will receive a busy signal. Mr.5% of the callers to the billing department of the U.8084 Tarek Fahd 4 . What is the probability that there are at most two receive a busy signal? Answer = 0.5% = 0. Bank. What is the probability that there are two errors in particular chapter? b. a. What is the probability that there are less than two errors in particular chapter? Answer a.449 + 0.1437 = 0. However.

Ten years ago the population mean number of hours of television viewing per household was reported to be 6. Letting µ = the population mean number of hours of television viewing per household in 1997. Assume that the Nielsen survey involved 200 households and that the sample standard deviation was 2. Answer n=200 =2.70 hours. how much time do they spend? Answer µ= 49 = 16 According to the bell shape Z=.4 min = = 1.5 =0. using = 0.65 9) A Nielsen survey provided the estimate that the mean number of hours of television viewing per household is 7.01 µ=6.45 = 1. Assume that the standard deviation is 16 minutes and that the time is normally distributed.11 is 2.7 According to the bell shape the = = 3.8) The average time a subscriber spends reading ³The wall Street Journal´ is 49 minutes.25 hours per day (1997). For the 10% who spend the most time reading the journal. test the hypotheses that the mean time is more than 6.5 hours per day.01.65 X = 49+1.70.65x16 = 75.58 and reject Taking the Z value into consideration we accept Tarek Fahd 5 .

Use = 0.75 According to the bell shape the is 1.05 =0.05 to test the hypothesis that at least 75% use it. A Merrill Lynch study reported 72% use Microsoft Outlook within a sample of 250 users.96 = -1. A Microsoft executive claims that Microsoft Outlook is used by at least 75% of the Internet users. Answer n=250 =0.10) Microsoft Outlook is believed to be the most widely used e-mail manager.095 Taking the Z calculated value into consideration we don¶t reject Tarek Fahd 6 .

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