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Assignment No. 2

1.

**Check if the following functions define cdf's :
**

(a) F(x) = 0, if x < 0, = x, if 0 ≤ x ≤ 1/2, and

= 1, if x > 1/2.

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(b) F(x) = (1/π) tan x, - ∞ < x < ∞.

(c) F(x) = 0 , if x ≤ 1, and = 1- (1/x), if x > 1.

(d) F(x) = 1 − e-x, if x ≥ 0, and = 0 , if x < 0.

2. Let X be a r.v. with the cdf given by :

F(x) = 0, if x < 0;

= x/4, if 0 ≤ x < 1,

= (x +1)/4, if 1 ≤ x < 2;

= 11/12; if 2 ≤ x < 3,

= 1, if x ≥ 3.

Find P(1/2 ≤ X ≤ 5/2), P(1< X < 3), E(X), V(X) and median of X.

3. A burnt out bulb was mistakenly placed in a box containing 3 good bulbs. In order

to locate the bad bulb, the bulbs are randomly tested one by one, without

replacement. Let X denote the number of bulbs tested to determine the bad bulb.

Find the probability mass function and the cumulative distribution function of X.

4. An guinea pig either dies(D) or survives(S) in the course of a surgical experiment.

The experiment is to be performed first with two guinea pigs. If both survive, no

further trials are to be made. If exactly one guinea pig survives, one more guinea

pig is to undergo the experiment. If both guinea pigs die, two additional guinea

pigs are to be tried. Assuming that the trials are independent and that the

probability of survival in each trial is 2/3 find the probability distributions of the

number of survivals and the number of deaths.

5. Let X and Y be two independent random variables with respective m.g.f.'s given

(1 + e s ) 3

et −1

by M X (s) =

. Find P( X + Y = 1).

and M Y ( t) = e

8

6. Let X be a continuous r.v. with pdf given by

f(x) = x/2,

= 1/2,

= (3 - x)/2

= 0,

if 0 ≤ x ≤ 1;

if 1< x ≤ 2;

if 2 < x ≤ 3;

elsewhere.

**Find cdf, mean, variance and the median of X.
**

7. Suppose that a particle is equally likely to release one, two or three other particles

and suppose that these second generation particles are, in turn, equally likely to

release one, two or three third generation particles. Find the pmf of the number of

third generation particles.

8. To determine whether or not they have a certain blood disease, 100 people are to

have their blood tested. However, rather than testing each individual separately, it

Find E(Y). Let the distribution of scores on an IQ test have mean 100 and s. Find E(X). 16. . . else each of the ten people will be individually tested. If the test is negative. 10. If one of the families is randomly chosen.m. let Y denote the total number of children in the family of that child. E(X) and the median of X.... Assuming the incidence of disease to be 1% for the population. k p X (x) = . Use Chebyshev’s inequality to show that the probability of a student having IQ above 148 or below 52 is at most 1/9. If one of the ∑ i n i children is randomly i =1 chosen. 2. one test will suffice. 9. ni of which have i children. p X (2) = 4 4 1 + 2d 1 − 4d and p X (4) = . find the expected number of tests required for each batch. ( x + 1)( x + 2) Find the value of k. Let X be a discrete random variable with p X (1) = 1 + 3d 1− d . p X (3) = 11. r ∑ n i = m.. Let X denote the number of accidents in a factory per week having p. The blood samples of the 10 people in each batch will be pooled and analyzed together. let X denote the number of i =1 r children in that family.. Show that E(Y) ≥ E(X). . For what values of d.d. x = 0.has been decided first to group the people in batches of 10.f. cdf of X. 12. A certain community is composed of m families. does p X ( x ) describe a 4 4 valid probability mass function? Further determine the value of d for which Var(X) is a minimum. 1..

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