### Poisson Probability Distribution

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80. Suppose that only .10% of all computers of a certain type experience CPU failure during the warranty period. Consider a sample of 10,000 computers ... Please see attachment for complete question. Thanks

PLEASE SHOW ALL WORK FOR COMPLETE UNDERSTANDING 1) FIND PROBALITY OF PULLING ETHIER AN EVEN NUMBER CARD OR A RED NUMBER CARD ON ONE PULL OF A CARD FROM A 52 CARD DECK? 2) IF A BOX CONTAINS 8 RED MARBLES AND 4 BLUE MARBLES FIND THE PROBALITY OF PULLING BLIND WITH OUT REPLACEMENT A) A RED FOLLOWED BY A BLUE

PLEASE SHOW ALL WORK FOR COMPLETE UNDERSTANDING! 1) A bacteria culture starts with 7 bacteria which multiply simultaneously every three house. If the first generation is born fromt he initial group at 12 midnight a. How many bacteria will be in the culture at midnight the next night? b. Also what time will there be 224

Some parts of California are particularly earthquake-prone. Suppose that in one such area... a) Find the probability distribution of X... Please see attached.

#34. A production facility employs 20 workers on the day shift, 15 workers on the swing shift, and 10 workers on the graveyard shift. A quality control consultant is to select 6 of these workers for in depth interviews. Suppose the selection is made in such a way that any particular group of 6 workers has the same chance of bein

The shelf life of a digital storage device is normally distributed with mean 10 years and standard deviation 2 years. Suppose you are a quality assurance manager and wish to verify this statistic. You choose a sample of 25 storage devices sold in the last 10 years. Supply the following information: Describe the sampling distribu

The temperature(at a randomly selected time) is normally distributed with mean 83 degrees Fahrenheit and standard deviation 5 degrees. Find the following probabilities: The probability that the temperature randomly selected time is between 78 and 88 degrees, the probability that the temperature at a randomly selected time is bet

1. The array below shows the number of days required for approval for a random selection of small business loan applications: 56 21 38 17 15 67 45 48 60 56 22 53 37 17 50 92 39 16 59 73 17 31 28 51 74 42 31 What is the arithmetic mean for these observations? (Rou

A pair of dice are rolled. Find the following: a. The odds against "doubles" (the same number on both dice) b. The probability of a sum greater than 2 c. The odds in favor of "7 or 11" d. The probability of a sum that is even and less than 5

1) A die with three sides {1,2,3} is tossed two times. Let X equal the maximum of two observations and let Y equal the minimum. Find the coefficient of X and Y. 2) Let X1, X2, ...Xn be random variables denoting n independent bids for an item that is for sale. Suppose each Xi is uniformly distributed on the interval [100,20

You have graduated from college and have been working hard to get established in your field. You eventually land a perfect job where you make tons of money. You decide to step up from the 1992 Chevrolet Cavalier that you have been nurturing for a number of years into a more "comfortable" car (a.k.a. more expensive). You decide t

1. Draw a normal probability distribution (bell curve) on a piece of paper and mark the center line (mean). (no need to send me the sketch-just tell me your answer. a. Draw another line to the right of the center and call it x. If you want to know what the value of the area "greater than" x is, would you be looking to the area

1. This week we learned about normal distributions: a. Using your own words, tell me what the difference is between a normal distribution and a standard normal distribution. b. Why do we convert values to z scores to find probability? 2. What is the difference between z scores and area in a bell curve? 3. T / F The n

1. Your department just shipped 100 engines, and all of them were free of defects. Please tell me which of the following written descriptions is the complement of this event? (Be careful-I HIGHLY suggest referring to the text one more time. This one is really tricky-but the answer is in the test!) a. All of the engines are defe

1. You just got that degree for which you have been working long and hard. You are offered a job, but the drawback is that you have to move. You check into the town and things start to look better. There are lots of nice parks, bike trails, community events, and a low crime rate. You were interested to find out that 2% of the pe

It can be easy enough to get the addition rule and the multiplication rule confused. Tell me the difference between the two. Provide the notations and then tell me what type of problem I would use each one for. Addition Rule: Notation for Addition Rule: P(A or B) = P(event A occurs or event B occurs or they both occur). M

Suppose that 25% of US males and 23% of US females never eat breakfast. Suppose a random sample of 250 men and 250 women is taken and polled about eating breakfast. a) What is the probabilty that at least 110 of these 500 people never eat breakfast? b) What is the probability that the number of women who never eat breakfast is

The problems are from 400 level probability class but introductory course. Please specify the terms you use (if necessary) and explain each step of your solutions. 2. One evening, Fyodor decides to play 10 games of roulette, betting $100 on black each time (this bet wins $100 with probability 18/38, and otherwise loses $100)

30) An image is partitioned into 2 regions - one white and the other black. A reading taken from a randomly chosen point in the white section will give a reading that is normally distributed with Mean=4 and Variance =4, whereas one taken from a randomly chosen point in the black region will have a normally distributed reading wi

Each item produced by a certain manufacturer is, independantly, of acceptable quality with probability 0.95. Approximate the probability that at most 10 of the next 150 items produced are unacceptable.

A music store has jazz, classical, country western, and rock music albums on tapes and CDs in the following quantities: Jazz Classical Country Western Rock Total Tape 46 14 36 53 149 CD 38 53 22 19 132 Total 84 67 58 72 281 a. Form a related table with entries that are relative frequencies (three decimal places).

Only answer parts C) and D) of the attached question, please. Each of 500 soldiers in an army company independently has a certain disease with probability 1/10[cubed]. This disease will show up in a blood test, and to facilitate matters blood samples from all 500 are pooled and tested. One of the 500 people is Jones, who kno

1. Suppose that the monthly worldwide average of airplane crashes of commercial planes is 2.0. (a) What is the probability of exactly 6 crashes in the first 3 months? (b) What is the probability of having exactly 2 crashes in each of the first two months? (c) What is the probability of having exactly 2 crashes in the each of

Assume that the proportion of commercial vehicles among users of the Humber Bridge varies randomly from day to day, with density {see attachment} over 0<x<1, where c is a constant. Show that c = 12, find the distribution function, and sketch the density and distribution functions over -1<x<2. On what fraction of days is the pro

Please specify the terms you use (if necessary) and explain each step of your solutions. In the game of Two-Finger Morra, 2 players show 1 or 2 fingers and simultaneously guess the number of fingers their opponent will show. If only one of the players guesses correctly, he wins an amount (in dollars) equal to the sum of the

Let X be such that P{X=1}= p = 1 - P{X = -1} Find c≠1 such that E...(See attachment for full question)

If X has distribution function F, what is the distribution function of the random variable aX + B, where a and B are constants, and a is not equal to zero. *(Please see attachment for complete question)

Suppose that a batch of 100 items contains 6 that are defective and 94 that are nondefective. If X is the number of defective items in a randomly drawn sample of 10 items from the batch, find (a) P{X=0} and (b) P{X>2} (Answer first if sampling with replacing, and then if sampling without replacing)

1) Two athletic teams play a series of games; the first team to win 4 games is declared the overall winner. Suppose that one of the teams is stronger than the other and wins each game with probability 0.6, independant of the outcomes of the other games. Find the probability that the stronger team wins the series in exactly i gam

Suppose that it takes at least 9 votes from a 12-member jury to convict a defendant. Suppose the probability that a juror votes a guilty person innocent is 0.2. whereas the probability that the juror votes an innocent person guilty is 0.1. If each juror acts independently and if 65% of the defendants are guilty, find the probabi