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2. A factory produces flower pots. The base diameters have a normal distribution

MOCK EXAM : 1 hr 15 mins with mean 14cm and standard deviation 0.52 cm. Find the probability that the

1. The distance of a student’s home from college, correct to the nearest kilometre, base diameters of exactly 8 out of 10 randomly chosen flower pots are between

was recorded for each of 55 students. The distances are summarised in the 13.6 cm and 14.8 cm. [5]

following table.

3. In a large consignment of mangoes, 15% of mangoes are classified as small, 70%

Distance from college(km) 1-3 4-5 6-8 9 - 11 12 - 16 as medium and 15% as large.

Number of students 18 13 8 12 4

(i) Yue-chen picks 14 mangoes at random. Find the probability that fewer

than 12 of them are medium or large. [3]

Dominic is asked to draw a histogram to illustrate the data. Dominic’s diagram is

shown below. (ii) Yue-chen picks n mangoes at random. The probability that none of these

n mangoes is small is at least 0.1. Find the largest possible value of ii. [3]

4. Barry weighs 20 oranges and 25 lemons. For the oranges, the mean weight is

220 g and the standard deviation is 32 g. For the lemons, the mean weight is

118 g and the standard deviation is 12 g.

(ii) The individual weights of the oranges in grams are denoted by 𝒙𝟎 , and

the individual weights of the lemons in grams are denoted by 𝒙𝒊 . By first

finding ∑ 𝒙𝟐 𝟎 and ∑ 𝒙𝟐 𝒊 , find the variance of the weights of the 45 fruits.

[5]

5. (a) The random variable 𝑿 is normally distributed with mean 82 and standard

deviation 7.4. Find the value of q such that

𝑷(𝟖𝟐 − 𝒒 < 𝑿 < 𝟖𝟐 + 𝒒) = 𝟎. 𝟒𝟒. [3]

(b) The random variable Y is normally distributed with mean 𝝁 and standard

𝟏

deviation 𝝈. It is given that 𝟓𝝁 = 𝟐𝝈𝟐 and that 𝑷 ( 𝒀 < 𝝁) = 𝟎. 𝟐𝟖𝟏. Find

𝟐

the values of 𝝁 and . [4]

6. (i) Find the number of different ways that the 9 letters of the word

AGGREGATE can be arranged in a line if the first letter is R. [2]

(ii) Find the number of different ways that the 9 letters of the word

AGGREGATE can be arranged in a line if the 3 letters G are together, both

letters A are together and both letters E are together. [2]

(iii) The letters G, R and T are consonants and the letters A and E are vowels.

Find the number of different ways that the 9 letters of the word

AGGREGATE can be arranged in a line if consonants and vowels occur

alternately. [3]

(iv) Find the number of different selections of 4 letters of the word AGGREGATE

which contain exactly 2 Gs or exactly 3 Gs. [3]

7. Dayo chooses two digits at random, without replacement, from the 9-digit

number 113 333 555.

(i) Find the probability that the two digits chosen are equal. [3]

(ii) Find the probability that one digit is a 5 and one digit is not a 5. [3]

(iii) Find the probability that the first digit Dayo chose was a 5, given that the

second digit he chose is not a 5. [4]

(iv) The random variable X is the number of 5s that Dayo chooses. Draw up a

table to show the probability distribution of X. [3]

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