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STATISTICS ENGINEERING

BFC 34303

INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT

MATRIC NO DF 160097

SECTION 3

LECTURER NAME DR. MUHAMMAD FIKRI BIN HASMORI

QUESTION 1

I LOVE STATISTICS

Engineering statistics is a combination of two different things which is engineering and statistics

using scientific methods for analyzing data. This make me eager to learn more about statistic as I am an

engineering student. It also involves data concerning manufacturing processes such as component

dimensions, tolerances, type of material etc. In engineering analysis, there are many methods used to

give a visual of the data as opposed to being just numerical. Statistics are used in Civil Engineering in

many fields.

As a Civil Engineer, we should know how to adapt statistics in our fieldwork such as traffic

engineering. In this field, we know the distribution of hourly traffic volume on a proposed highway. We

need to find the hourly volume to be used for design to solve The design volume dictates the required

number of lanes, etc. Besides that, statistic can be used in field of surveying and mapping. This is series

of measurements from the field, each of which is made using an instrument that has a certain precision.

Many measurements in surveying are made using a series of instrument setups. There are many more

relation between fieldwork of civil engineering and statistics. That is the main reason why do I love

statistics.

Question 2

Founder of modern probability and statistics theory Cardano asserted that if one throws a die three

times the chance that a given number will show at least once is 50 percent. This is now recognized as

the wrong answer. What is a probability of at least one dice showing 6?

Solution:

Let A be the required event, and let Ai be defined by: Ai = ”exactly i dice show 6,” i = 0, 1, 2, 3. Then,

Question 3

There are 15 numbers on a list, and the mean is 25. The smallest number on the list is changed from

12.9 to 1.29. a. Is it possible to determine by how much the mean changes? If so, by how much does it

change? b. Is it possible to determine the value of the mean after the change? If so, what is the value? c.

Is it possible to determine by how much the median changes? If so, by how much does it change? d. Is it

possible to determine by how much the standard deviation changes? If so, by how much does it change?

Solution:

a. Yes. If the mean is 25 than the sum of all the values is 15 x 25=375. To find the new sum

375 - 12.9 +1.29 = 363.69

b. Yes. To find the new mean 363.39/15 = 24.226. The change is 0.774.

e. = Sqrt [(sigma X^2/N)-(sigma X/N)^2)]

f. = Sqrt [(363.39^2/15)-(363.39/15)^2)]

g. = Sqrt [(8216.587064)]

h. = 90.645

Question 4

For each of the following say whether it can be the graph of a CDF. If it can be, say whether the variable

is discrete or continuous.

Answers:

i. Discrete

ii. Discrete

iii. Discrete

iv. Discrete

v. Continuous

vi. Continuous

vii. Continuous

viii. Continuous

Question 5

The job placement centre at UTHM wants to determine whether student grade point averages (GPAs)

can explain the number of job offers they receive upon graduation. The data seen here are for 10

recent graduates. Draw a scatter plot for the variables. Please use graph paper.

Question 6

If X ~ Poisson (3), compute P(X = 2), P(X = 10), P(X = 0), P(X = -1) and P(X = 0.5).

Solution:

X ~ Poisson (3)

Question 7

The following are the scores that 12 students obtained on the mid-term and final examinations in a

course in statistics.

a. Find the equation of the least squares line that will enable us to predict a student’s final

examination score in this course on the basis of his or her score in the mid-term examination.

Interpret the result.

b. Predict the final examination score of a student who score 83 in the mid-term examination.

c. Test the hypothesis concerning H0 : 𝛽𝛽0 = 5 against the H1 : 𝛽𝛽1 ≠ 5 at the 0.05 level of

significance.

Solution:

(a) ∑x = 56 + 75 + 87 + 67 + 87 + 76 + 85 + 74 +71 + 81 + 79 + 5

= 891

∑y = 80 + 71 + 87 + 84 +86 + 79 + 69 + 73 + 85 + 76 + 84 + 76

= 950

∑xy = 73 050

∑x2 = 67 517

∑y2 = 75 626

y = 𝛽x + 𝛽0

1

𝛽1 = ∑xy / ∑xx = ∑xy – (∑x)( ∑y)

𝑛

1

∑x2 - (∑x)2

𝑛

1

= 73050 - (891)(950)

12

1

67317 - 12 (891)2

= 1.847

βo = ӯ – β1x

= (950/12) – 1.847(891/12)

= -57.97

Y = 1.847x – 57.97

X = 83

Y = 1.847(83) – 57.97

= 95.33

(c) Step 1:

H0 : 𝛽𝛽0 = 5

H1 : 𝛽𝛽1 ≠ 5

Step 2:

α = 0.05

v = n-2 = 12- 2 = 10, ( this is two- tailed )

Ttable = ta/2 = t0.025,10 = 2.228

Step 3: Compute MSE and Ttest

Syy = 65850 – (8762/12) = 1902

MSE = SSE/(n-2) = (736.4736/10) = 73.64736

= -30.222

Step 4: Decision making

∴ Reject H0 since Ttest is less than -2.2282

∴ We can conclude that the slope is not equal to five.

Question 8

From the data sets provided, use all the knowledge that you have learned in this course to analyse using

descriptive and inferential statistics. Prepare and submit your full report. Make sure you submit the

most comprehensive analysis.

Solution:

• Sample Mean

x̅ = ( Σ xi ) / n

67 + 73 + 43 + 63 + 76 + 83 + 76 + 87 + 84 + 78 + 88 + 69

+ 72 + 43 + 54 + 39 + 46 + 84 + 56 + 69 + 32 + 63 + 46 + 80

x̅ = + 83 + 36 + 98 + 86 + 63 + 24 + 33 + 61 + 36 + 83 + 43

35

2 141

x̅ = = 61.17

35

• Median

24, 32, 33, 36, 36, 39, 43, 43, 43, 46, 46, 54, 58, 61, 63, 63, 63,

67, 69, 69, 72, 73, 76, 76, 78, 80, 83, 83, 83, 84, 84, 86, 87, 88, 98

= 𝑋𝑛+1

2

=𝑋35+1

2

=𝑋18 = 67

• Mode

= 43, 63, 83

Median = Q2

𝑘 2

R = 4 𝑛 = 4 (35) = 17.5 = 18

Median = Q2 = 18th = 63

• First Quartile

𝑘 1

R = 𝑛 = (35) = 8.75 = 9

4 4

• Third quartile

𝑘 3

R = 𝑛 = (35) = 26.25 = 27

4 4

𝑰𝒏𝒕𝒆𝒓𝒒𝒖𝒂𝒓𝒕𝒊𝒍𝒆 𝑹𝒂𝒏𝒈𝒆 = 𝑄3 − 𝑄1 = 83 − 43 = 40

70

70𝑡ℎ 𝑝𝑒𝑟𝑐𝑒𝑛𝑡𝑖𝑙𝑒 = 𝑃70 = (35) = 24.5 ≈ 25𝑡ℎ 𝑜𝑏𝑠𝑒𝑠𝑟𝑣𝑎𝑡𝑖𝑜𝑛

100

∴ P70 = 78

∑x = 2219

∑x² = 154141

𝑘 40

R = 100 𝑛 = 100 (35) = 14

• Sample variance

S2 = Σ ( xi – x_bar )2 / ( n – 1 )

S2 = 127226.26

Σ ( xi – x_bar ) 2

𝑆=√

(n– 1)

(2141 − 61.17)2

𝑆=√

(35 − 1)

𝑆 = √127226.26

S = 356.69

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