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step size 0.2.
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Use Milne's predictor corrector formulae to find y(0.4). Given
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If(z) in a regular tunction of 'z' show that
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Findthebilineartransformationwhichmapsthepoints z:1, i, 1 intothepoint w:2,i,2.
Also find the invariant points of the transformation. (07 Marks)
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au*ly's theorem under complex values tunctiol tl.:rl",t"r. (06 Marks)
Expand f1z;
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Evaluate
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Find the
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The contents of the three wns are as given below:
Urn 1: 1 white ball,2 red balls, 3 greenballs'
lJrn2:2 white, 1 red and 1 greenball'
Urn 3: 4 white, 5 red and 3 green balls'
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Two balls are drawn from i randomly
chosen urn and are found to the one white and one
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FindthemeanandvarianceofPoissondistribution(06Marks)
In a certairr town the duration
of a shower is exponentially
distributed
with mean 5 minutes'
#"; ilil pr"u"il1iry
that ashower
will last for (i) 10 minutes
or more' (ii) less than 10
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and 12 minutes?
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The marks of 1000 students
in an examination
foilows a normal distribution
with mean 70
and standard deviation of 5. Find the expected
number.of, students,
whose marks will be:
i) less than 65
ii) more than z5
iil) between 65 and75
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A coin is tossed 1000 times and head turned up 540 times. Test the hypothesis
that the coin
is an unbiased one.
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A sample of 200 tyres is taken from
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The mean life of tyres is found to be 40000 kms
with standard a.riuiio,.or
izoo kms. Is it reasonable to assume the mean life of tltes in the
lot as 41000 kms? irro .uuurish 95% confidence
limits with in which the mean life of tyres
in the lot is expected to lie.
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Ten individuals are chosen at random
from a population and the heights are found to the in
inches 63,63,66",;,";;,*ei,
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suggestion
that the *"u, height in the population is 66 inches' If the population mean is
unknown,
obtain
q0%co"fiae"nce limits foithis mean.
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8 a. The
joint distribution
for two random variables x arid y is given below:
(ii) covariance
of x and
Y.
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b. Find the unique fixed probability vector of the regular stochastic
matrix
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goes to his work place every day by motor bike or by car' he never
goes
by bike on two .orrrJ*ir.
days, but if he goes by car on a day then he is equally
likely to
go by car or by bik;;;the
next day. Find t[e transition
matrix for the chain of the mode of
transport.
If car is used on the first day of a week find the probability that
(i) bike is used,
(ii)
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