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KULLIYYAH OF ENGINEERING

SEMESTER II, 2014/2015 SESSION

Mid-Term Exam

Date: 10/4/ 2015 Time: 9.00am- 11.00 am

Matric No:

Section:.

Lecturer:...

Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4

Q5

TOTAL

100

This Question Paper Consists of (7) Printed Pages (Including Cover Page) with five (5) Questions.

Answer ALL questions

Any form of cheating or attempt to cheat is a serious offence which may lead to dismissal.

Computational Methods and Statistics MTH 2212

(a) How many arrangements can be made on the letters P,Q,R, S, T , U taking 3 letters at a time if no

letter can be repeated (3 marks)

(b) In how many ways may 10 people be divided into three groups of 5, 3, 2 people? (3 marks)

(c) Assume X is a normally distributed with a mean of 10 and a standard deviation of 2. Determine

the following:

1 2 6 8

0.2 0.5 0.1 0.2

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(a) A high-volume printer produces minor print-quality errors on a test pattern of 1000 pages of text

according to a Poisson distribution with a mean of 0.4 per page.

i. Why are the numbers of errors on each page independent random variables? (3 marks)

ii What is the mean number of pages with errors (one or more)? (3 marks)

iii Approximate the probability that more than 350 pages contain errors (one or more).

(3 marks)

conforms to specifications for the measurement system. Assume that the calibration

attempts are independent. What is the probability that at most three calibration attempts

are required to meet the specifications for the measurement system with n = 15 ?

(4 marks)

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Computational Methods and Statistics MTH 2212

(c) The probability density function of the weight of packages delivered by a post office is for

70

f ( x) = for 0.5 < x < 35 kg.

69 x 2

ii. If the shipping cost is RM 2.50 per kg, what is the average shipping cost of a

package? (2 marks)

iii. Determine the probability that the weight of a package exceeds 27 kg. (2 marks)

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(a) The marks in an examination for MTH 2212 follows a normal distribution with mean and

variance 2. 10% of the students obtain more than 75 marks and 20% obtained less than 40 marks.

Find the values of and . (6 marks)

(b) An Izod impact test was performed on 30 specimens of PVC pipe. The sample mean is x = 0.25

and the sample standard deviation is s = 0.25 . Find a 99% confidence interval on Izod impact

strength for the variance and interpret the finding. (4 marks)

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(c) The time (in hours) till failure of an electronic component has an Exponential distribution with

x

1

3000

f ( x) = e for x > 0 .

3000

ii. Find the probability of the components fail between 1000 and 2000 hours, (4 marks)

iii. Determine the number of hours at which 20% of all components have failed (3 marks)

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Computational Methods and Statistics MTH 2212

mileage. A random sample of 10 test runs gave the following mileage (in mpg)

i. Find the sample mean and sample standard deviation for the above data. (4 marks)

ii. Construct a 90 % lower confidence bound on the mean gasoline mileage and interpret it.

(4 marks)

iii. The average mile per gallon rating when using the previous fuel injection system was 39.

Can we conclude that the new system has improved gasoline mileage? Use = 0.01.

(7 marks)

iv. What is the point estimate of the mean gasoline mileage for the population? (2 marks)

v. Explain the difference between a type I error and Type II error in hypothesis testing.

(3marks)

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(a) The average local cell phone call length was reported to be 2.27 minutes. A random sample of 30

phone calls showed an average of 2.98 minutes in length with a standard deviation of 0.98 minute.

i. Using the critical value approach, at = 0.05 can it be concluded that the) average exceeds the

population average? (6 marks)

ii. Calculate the power of the test for detecting a true mean of local cell phone call is 2.5 minutes in

length. (8 marks)

iii. What is the P-value for the test in part (i)? (3 marks)

(b) If the variance of a national accounting examination is 900, how large a sample is needed to

estimate the true mean score within 6 points with 99% confidence? (3marks)

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