Statistics Homework with SAS

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• ##### Q :What is your statistical decision

Question 1

Do parents with more children travel more than parents of small families? To find out, a survey was done of a large number of adults. Respondents were asked how many children they had and how many times

• ##### Q :Probability problem A) What is the

A) What is the probability of getting the following sequence with a fair die (as in dice):

B) What is the probability of getting the same sequence with a die that is biased in the following way:

p(1)=p(2)=p(3)=p(4)=15%;

• ##### Q :Null hypothesis In testing the null

In testing the null hypothesis H0: P=0.6 vs the alternative H1 : P < 0.6 for a binomial model b(n,p), the rejection region of a test has the structure X ≤ c, where X is the number of successes in n trials. For each of the following tests, d

• ##### Q :Analyse the statistics of the data

Assigment Question Select any two manufacturing companies and formulate the cost and revenue functions of the companies. analyse the statistics of the data and then sketch the functions and determine their breakeven points. (Note: You are required to interview the production and sales manag

• ##### Q :Analysing the Probabilities 1. In the

1. In the waning seconds of Superbowl XLVII, the Baltimore Ravens elected to take a safety rather than punt the ball. A sports statistician wishes to analyze the effect this decision had on the probability of winning the game.

(a) Which two of the following probabilities would most help t

• ##### Q :How you would use randomization in

The design of instrument controls affects how easily people can use them. An investigator used 25 students who were right-handed to determine whether right-handed subjects preferred right-handed threaded knobs. He had two machines that differed only in that one had a

• ##### Q :Grouped Frequency Distributions Grouped

Grouped Frequency Distributions: Guidelines for classes: A) There must be between 5 to 20 classes. B) The class width must be an odd number. This will assure that the class mid-points are integers rather than decimals. C) The classes should be mutually exclusive. This signifies that no data valu

• ##### Q :Problem on Poisson distribution The

The number of trucks coming to a certain warehouse each day follows the Poisson distribution with λ= 8. The warehouse can handle a maximum of 12 trucks a day. What is the probability that on a given day one or more trucks have to be sent away? Round the answer

• ##### Q :Probability of Rolling die problem A

A fair die is rolled (independently) 12 times.

(a) Let X denote the total number of 1’s in 12 rolls. Find the expected value and variance of X.

(b) Determine the probability of obtaining e

• ##### Q :Problem on utility funtion probability

Suppose that your utility, U, is a function only of wealth, Y, and that U(Y) is as drawn below. In this graph, note that U(Y) increases linearly between points a and b.

Suppose further that you do not know whether or not you