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1. A random variable X has probability density function f (x) given by

f (x) =

) for 0 ≤ x ≤1,

{kx ( 1−x

0 otherwise .

**Show that the mean and variance of X are 0.5 and 0.05 respectively.
**

Find the probability that an observation chosen at random from this distribution is more than

two standard deviations from the mean.

(OCR)

[Ans: 0.0161]

**2. From a large crop of potatoes, a random sample of 100 potatoes was washed and weighed.
**

The weight, x grams, are summarised by

∑ x=15829

and

∑ x 2=2542324

.

**(a) Calculate unbiased estimates of the mean and variance of the weight of all the potatoes in
**

the crop.

(b) Calculate a 95% confidence interval for the mean weight of all potatoes in the crop.

State, giving a reason, whether it is necessary to assume that the population is distributed

normally in order for your calculation to be valid.

[(a)158.29 grams, 371.23 grams²

(b)[367, 375] grams ]

00 against the alternative hypothesis that the population mean is not 8.03. 8. [ (a) B(50.01.00.02.01. at the 5% level. The lengths in millimeters of nine screws selected at random from a large consignment are found to be 7.00. 8. A correct response receives a score of + 5 and an incorrect response receives a score of –a. 8.01. 8. A particular candidate has not revised and does not know any of the answers for certain and so chooses a response at random for the 50 questions. The number of the candidate’s correct responses is denoted by X and the total scores for the paper by Y.01 mm. (c) Find the value of a for which the expected score is 10 for a candidate who chooses all responses at random. 8. A multiple choice test consists of 50 questions each with 5 possible responses. the hypothesis that the population mean is 8. 0. (b) Show that Y = (5 + a) X – 50a. 0. (b) Assuming a normal distribution with variance 0.3. 7.2) (c) a = 1 ] 4. only one of which is correct. (a) Calculate unbiased estimates of the population mean and variance.00. 8.000175 mm² ] . 8.0001.99. (OCR) [ (a)8.99. test. (a) State the distribution of X.

where n is the sample size. 3 in equal proportion. Write down the population mean. Show also that n × ( sample variance ) n−1 is an unbiased estimator in this case. vehicle breakdowns occur over time at an average rate of 3. Demonstrate that the sample variance is not an unbiased estimator of population variance in this case.5.2 per day in the northbound direction and 2. [(a)μ = 2. Write down all possible samples of size 2.323] 6. Along a particular stretch of road. What do you understand by the phrase ‘an unbiased estimate of population variance’? (a) An infinite population consists of the numbers 1. Hence write down the probability distribution of the means of samples of size 2.8 per day along the southbound direction. Obtain the expected value of the mean and determine if the ‘sample mean’ is unbiased in this case. [Ans: 0. (c) Obtain the distribution of sample variance and find the expected value of sample variance. and hence calculate the population variance. 2. (b) Random samples of size 2 are obtained from the population. σ² = 2 3 (b) E(sample mean) = 2 (c) E(sample variance) = (OCR) 1 3 ] . Estimate the probability that a total of between 20 and 25 (inclusive) breakdowns occur along this stretch of road over a randomly chosen period of three days.

The mass of luggage that aircraft passengers take with them is normally distributed with mean 20 kg and standard deviation 5 kg. Choose 15 two-digit random numbers. A certain type of aircraft carries 100 passengers. gave the following reply: ‘Number the houses from 1 to 150.3 kg. Explain what is meant by the term ‘random sampling’ and state why random sampling is used. 2389 4052 0256 5 2 8 (OCR) 8. Demonstrate your improved version by using the following random numbers to select three houses from the 150 in the village.0047 ] . A student. This gives the 10% sample.’ Criticize this student’s method. (b) To what extent does your answer depend on the distribution of the individual masses being normal? (OCR) [(a) 0. when asked how to choose a 10% sample from the 150 houses in a village.7. Statistical investigations may involve random sampling. (a) Find the probability that the mean mass of the passengers’ luggage exceeds 21. Say how to improve it.

Calculate (a) the value of a. (c) σ 2 . a random sample of 500 students was selected and 184 were found to spend longer than 3 hours each week using the internet. 0. Calculate a symmetric 95% confidence interval for the proportion of all university students who spend longer than 3 hours each week using the internet. the variance of the distribution.9. A continuous random variable X has a probability density function given by { 1 2 f ( x )= a− 2 ( x −1 ) for 0 ≤ x ≤2.326. adapted) 11 45 ] 10. (b) μ. [Ans: [0. [(a) 2 3 (b) E(X) = 1 (c) Var(X) = (OCR. In a study of the use by university students of the internet. 0 otherwise .410] . the mean of the distribution.

The standard deviation may be considered to be unchanged.97 1. the lengths of a sample of 9 rods are measured.02 cm. The machine is moved to a new position in the factory and.03 2.01 1. at 5% level. the setting of the machine has been altered so that the mean length of rods produced is now 2.98 2.99 2. (OCR) [Ans: (b) 0. State your hypotheses and conclusions clearly. 2. find the probability of making a Type II error.04 1.11. in order to check whether the setting for the mean length has altered. (b) If. The lengths of the 9 rods in the sample are given below. in fact.10 2. whether the machine’s setting has been altered.04 2. A machine is designed to produce rods 2 cm long with standard deviation 0.01. The lengths may be taken as normally distributed.677 ] .07 (a) Test.

(b) Determine (i) E(X). (OCR. (c) Use normal approximation to find the probability that in randomly chosen 1000 m stretch of county D’s roadways there are fewer than 15 potholes. The continuous random variable X has probability density function given by { 2 f ( x )= k ( 1+ x ) for−1≤ x ≤ 1. D. there are on average 1. [(a) 3 8 (b) (i) 0 (ii) 2 5 (OCR) ] . Potholes in roadways occur at random.12. (ii) Var(X). (b) Calculate the probability that there are fewer than 3 potholes in each of 5 randomly chosen 200 m stretches of county D’s roadways. In a neighbouring county.205 ] 13.8 potholes per 100 m of roadway. 0 otherwise .00254 (c) 0. (a) Find the value of k. adapted) [(a) 0. Give two reasons why a Poisson distribution may be an appropriate model for the number of potholes in randomly selected 100 m stretch of roadway.414 (b) 0. where k is a constant. (a) Calculate the probability of there being between 3 and 5 (inclusive) potholes in a randomly chosen 100 m stretch of roadway in county C. Records held by the highways department of county C indicate that mean number of potholes in such stretches of roadway is 2.5.

14.4 . this band being on the left edge of the stamp. The results may be summarised as ∑ t=108. (a) Determine.2 minutes and standard deviation 2. A new queuing system was introduced by the manager and after this a survey of 20 customers was carried out to see whether there was a decrease in the time it took for a customer to be served. using a normal approximation.645. On the surface of postage stamps there are either one or two phosphor bands. 95% have the band in the centre of the stamp and the remainder has the band on the left edge of the stamp. (OCR) [(a) z = -1. …. (a) Test. t 20 be the random sample of 20 observations of T. it is known that the time a customer took to be served in a Post Office was a normal variable with mean 6. The standard deviation of T is assumed to be 2. the probability that in a random sample of 100 stamps there between 5 and 15 (inclusive) having one phosphor band. t 2. (OCR) [(a) 0. Of those having one band.8 minutes. From past experience. (b) P(Type II error) = 0. at the 5% level. (b) For the test given in part (a) calculate the probability of making a Type II error in the case when the true mean time to be served is 5.986 ] 15.1 minutes.933 (b) 0.66 < -1. the hypothesis that the mean time for a customer to be served has reduced after the introduction of the new queuing system. Let T be the time in minutes for a randomly chosen customer to be served after the new queuing system has been introduced and let t 1 .786 ] . (b) Determine. using a Poisson distribution. the probability that in a random sample of 100 stamps there are fewer than 3 stamps which have only a single band. 90% of stamps have two bands and the rest have one band.1 minutes.

(b) Give a reason. the percentage who watched a particular game show is denoted by giving a reason. apart from rounding. (a) Find the range of values of the sample mean X´ for which the null hypothesis is rejected.16. For all such random samples. What can be said about the accuracy of estimate of p? ps would have a width ps .82 (c) 0. as an . (c) Calculate the probability of making a Type II error when. in order to check the manufacturer’s statement. A further random sample of families who watched TV last Thursday was selected. the percentage of all viewing families who watched the game show last Thursday. The playing time of a particular brand of audio tape are normally distributed with mean μ minutes and standard deviation 0. (b) State what ‘a Type II error has occurred’ means in the context of the playing times of tapes. whether the random variable For a particular sample ps . A large batch of these tapes is delivered to a store and. state. (a) Calculate a symmetric 95% confidence interval for p.519 ] 17. found using the calculated sample size. [(a) X´ ≤59. The null hypothesis � = 60 is tested against the alternative hypothesis � < 60 at the 1% significance level.7. In a random sample of 250 families who watched TV last Thursday. the playing times of a random sample of 10 tapes is tested. ps = 34%. The manufacturer states that � = 60. Ps is discrete or continuous. why your interval is approximate. in fact. � = 59. Estimate the sample size for which a symmetric 99% confidence interval for of 5%. giving 2 decimal places in your answer.24 minutes.

how many sessions should he allow in order to be 95% sure that he will be able to complete them all? (OCR) [ n = 30 ] 19.11. An alteration is made to the process which is intended to reduce the proportion of faulty plates.13 of faulty plates. given that the alteration in a decrease in the proportion of faulty plates to 0. what is the distribution of the number of jobs he completes in n sessions. the quality control department counts the number of faulty plates in a random sample of 2500. B(2500.[(a)[28. In order to carry out the test. using a suitable normal approximation. 39. A servicing engineer finds that the number of jobs he completes in a working session has a Poisson distribution with mean 4.13 . 0. State suitable null and alternative hypothesis for a statistical test of the effectiveness of the alteration.75). 282. Calculate the probability of making Type II error in the above test. [Ans: H 0 : p=0. 0. If 290 or fewer faulty plates are found then it will be accepted that the alteration does result in a reduction in the proportion of faulty plates. The process of manufacturing a certain kind of dinner plate results in a proportion 0. 2.01%.1.13) is approximated by N(325. H 1 : p<0. If the session are independent.9] 18.161 ] . and how may this be approximated when n is large? If he has 100 jobs to do. Calculate the significance level of this test.13.

(a) Take every 20th name on the electoral register of the town. adapted) 21. . ensuring that the numbers in each gender. Y´ . A random sample Y has mean 7 and variance 20. (b) Choose people leaving a supermarket in the town. (c) Select houses at random from a town plan and interview one person from each house. The mean of the 100 observations is denoted by (c) Give the mean and variance of Y´ . X´ is less than 17. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each method and select the one which you think is the besr. 9) distribution. giving reason for your choice. A manufacturer of a new soap powder wishes to predict the likely volume of sales in a town. and give its mean and variance. A random sample of 100 observations of this distribution is to be taken. A random variable X has N(15. Four different methods are suggested for selecting people for a questionnaire. (OCR. A random sample of 5 observations of this distribution is to be taken.20. (d) Choose at random one name from each page of the telephone directory and ring them up. age and social class category are proportional to the numbers in the population. The mean of the 5 observations is denoted by (a) State the distribution of X´ (b) Calculate the probability that X´ .

(c) For the test described in part (b). n turned right.9 < 5 [(a) N(15. 80% of all cars arriving at the junction turn right. calculate the probability of making a Type II error when. Cars are more likely to turn right than left. When cars arrive at a certain T-junction they turn either right or left. (b) Out of random sample of 40 cars. where p is the probability that a car turns right (b) 27 2 2 0.178 ] 22. Y´ 1 5 Y´ and give the name of the theorem which you < 7. Use a suitable approximation to find the least value of n for which the null hypothesis will be rejected at the 2% significance level. Part of a study of road usage involved deciding between the following alternatives.1). (e) Calculate the probability P(6. (a) State suitable null and alternative hypotheses. 1 5 ). involving a probability. H 1 : p> .015 ] (c) . for a significance test. Cars are equally likely to turn right or left.932 (c) 7.(d) State the approximate distribution of have used. central limit theorem (e) 0. in fact. [(a) 1 1 H 0 : p= . 9 ) (b) 0. (d) N(7.

State which of the results of part (a) and (b) should be amended and which should not. [16.08] grams (b) 116] .85. x grams.23.C. 17. [(a) 0.27. A researcher is studying a museum’s collection of tetradrachms coined during the reign of Alexander III (‘the Great’: 336-323 B. (c) It was found later that the scales were consistently under weighing by 0.1015 (a) Use an unbiased estimate of variance to calculate an approximation 99% confidence interval for the mean mass (in grams) of all tetradrachms coined during Alexander’s reign. Give the amended values.0992 grams². are summarised by ∑ x=848.). Each of a random sample of 50 coins was weighed and their masses. ∑ x 2=14396. giving the end-values of the interval to 2 decimal places.05 grams. (b) Estimate the size of the random of coins that would be required to give a 95% confidence interval whose width is half that of the interval calculated in part (a).

Kallie would pay more using method 1 than using method 2. the units of electricity that Leroy uses have a normal distribution with mean 750 and standard deviation 64. In method 1. calculate the probability that. Assume that the charges are unchanged. Method 2 has no fixed charge but each unit of electricity used costs 15.76 cents. Calculate the probability that. The total number of units of electricity that Kallie uses over the period April to June in any year has a normal distribution with mean 920 and standard deviation 95. 0. Over the same period.010. The supplier has two methods of payment.90 cents per unit of electricity used.098(5) ] .24. Given that Leroy uses method 2 and Kallie uses method 1. [Ans: 0. there is a fixed charge of $20 together with a charge of 12. over the same period next year. that the amounts of electricity used follow the same distributions as before and that the amounts of electricity used by Kallie and Leroy are independent. over the period April to June next year. Leroy’s electricity bill will greater than Kallie’s.

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