# MAT211 Arizona Standard Deviation & Distribution Calculus Questions Attached below is the pdf of the questions. I do not need the work shown, just the answ

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P.3 – MAT 211, section Tuesday, Fall 2019 | WebAssign
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WaneFMAC6 P.3.004.
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Find the expected value E(X), the variance Var(X) and the standard deviation σ(X) for the density function. (Round your answers to four
decimal places.)
f(x) = 3x on
0,
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E(X) =
Var(X) =
σ(X) =
2.
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WaneFMAC6 P.3.007.
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Find the expected value E(X), the variance Var(X) and the standard deviation σ(X) for the density function. (Round your answers to four
decimal places.)
f(x) = ex on [0, ln 2]
E(X) =
Var(X) =
σ(X) =
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WaneFMAC6 P.3.008.
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Find the expected value E(X), the variance Var(X) and the standard deviation σ(X) for the density function. (Round your answers to four
decimal places.)
f(x) =
1
on [1, e]
x
E(X) =
Var(X) =
σ(X) =
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WaneFMAC6 P.3.012.
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Find the expected value E(X), the variance Var(X) and the standard deviation σ(X) for the density function.
f(x) = 0.05e−0.05x on [0, +∞)
E(X) =
Var(X) =
σ(X) =
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WaneFMAC6 P.3.030.
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Find the median of the random variable with the probability density function given below. (Round your answer to four decimal places.)
f(x) = 0.05e−0.05x on [0, +∞)
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WaneFMAC6 P.3.034.
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Find the median of the random variable with the probability density function given below. (Round your answer to four decimal places.)
f(x) =
1
on [1, e]
x
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WaneFMAC6 P.3.063.
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Assuming that workers’ salaries in your company are uniformly distributed between \$15,000 and \$30,000 per year, calculate the average
\$
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Investments in junk bonds are declining continuously at a rate of 2% per year. How long will an average dollar remain invested in junk
bonds?
yr
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The following table shows the number of females in a country in 2000, broken down by age. Numbers are in millions.
75
Age
0–18 18–25 25–35 35–45 45–55 55–65 65–75 and
over
Number 34.1
15.3
19.8
24.4
19.2
11.3
10.1
10.9
Construct the associated probability distribution (with probabilities rounded to four decimal places).
75
Age
0–18
18–25
25–35
35–45
45–55
55–65
65–75
and
over
Probability
Use the distribution to compute the following. (Round your answers to four decimal places.)
(a)
P(18 ≤ X ≤ 55)
(b)
P(X ≤ 45)
(c)
P(X ≥ 45)
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WaneFMAC6 P.1.016.
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My Notes
The following table shows the number of males in a country in 2000, broken down by age. Numbers are in millions.
75
Age
0–18 18–25 25–35 35–45 45–55 55–65 65–75 and
over
Number 33.7
15.7
21.9
25.9
18.5
11.2
8.7
6.8
Construct the associated probability distribution (with probabilities rounded to four decimal places).
75
Age
0–18
18–25
25–35
35–45
45–55
55–65
65–75
and
over
Probability
Use the distribution to compute the following. (Round your answers to four decimal places.)
(a)
P(25 ≤ X ≤ 65)
(b)
P(X ≤ 18)
(c)
P(X ≥ 15)
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WaneFMAC6 P.1.017.
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The following histogram shows part of the probability distribution of the size (in megatons of released energy) of large meteors that hit the
Earth’s atmosphere. (A large meteor is one that releases at least one megaton of energy, equivalent to the energy released by a small
nuclear bomb.)
Calculate or estimate the following probabilities. (Round your answers to three decimal places.)
(a) That a large meteor hitting the Earth’s atmosphere will release between 1 and 4 megatons of energy.
(b) That a large meteor hitting the Earth’s atmosphere will release between 8 and 9.5 megatons of energy.
(c) That a large meteor will release at least 5 megatons of energy.
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An automobile parts manufacturer makes heavy-duty axles with a cross-section radius of 2.3 cm. In order for one of its axles to meet the
accuracy standard demanded by the customer, the radius of the cross section cannot be off by more than 0.02 cm. Construct a histogram
with X = the measured radius of an axle, using categories of width 0.01 cm, so that all of the following conditions are met.
• X lies in the interval [2.26, 2.34].
• 75% of the axles have a cross-sectional radius between 2.29 and 2.31.
• 10% of the axles are rejected.
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As a campaign manager for a presidential candidate who always seems to be getting himself into embarrassing situations, you have decided
to conduct a statistical analysis of the number of times per week he makes a blunder. Construct a histogram with X = the number of times
he blunders in a week, using categories of width 1 unit, so that all of the following conditions are met.
• X lies in the interval [0, 10].
• During a given week, there is a 70% chance that he will make 3 to 5 blunders.
• Never a week goes by that he doesn’t make at least one blunder.
• On occasion, he has made 10 blunders in one week.
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