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COURSE: ENGINEERING STATISTICS (STA 2023)

WORKSHEET # 1

1. The symmetric difference between two events A and B is the set of all sample points that

are in exactly one of the sets and is often denoted AB .Note that

AB ( A B ') ( A ' B) Prove that P( AB) P( A) P( B) 2 P( A B)

2. Hydraulic assemblies for landing gear produced by an aircraft rework facility are

inspected for defects. History shows that 8% have defects in the shafts alone, 6% have

defects in the bushing alone, and 2% have defects in both the shafts and bushings. If one

such assembly is randomly chosen, find the probability that it has the following

characteristics:

(iii) only one of the two types of defects (iv) no defects in shafts or bushings

3. A bridge can be damaged by failure in the foundation (F) or in the superstructure (S). The

corresponding failure probabilities for a particular bridge are estimated to be 0.05 and

0.01, respectively. Also, if there is foundation failure, then the probability that the

superstructure will also suffer some damage is 0.50.

(ii) If F and S are statistically independent, what is the probability of damage to the

bridge?

4. Relays in a section of an electrical circuit operate independently, and each one closes

properly with probability 0.9 when a switch is thrown. The following two designs, each

involving four relays, are presented for a section of a new circuit.

A C

a b Fig. 1 (a)

B D

A C

a b Fig.1 (b)

B D

Which has the higher probability of current flowing from a to b when the switch is

thrown?

P( A ' B ' ) P( A ' ) P( B ' )

n n

7. If Aj , j 1, 2,3,.........n are independent events, show that P Aj 1 P( Aj ' )

j 1 j 1

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8. A community is concerned about its power supply for the coming winter. There are three

major sources of power supply, namely electricity, gas and oil. Let E, G, and O denote

the events of shortage of each of these power sources, respectively. Their probabilities

are estimated to be 0.15, 0.1 and 0.2 respectively. Furthermore, assume that if there is a

shortage in the oil supply, the probability of an electrical power shortage will be doubled,

that is, twice the probability of P(E) . The shortage of gas may be assumed to be

independent of shortages of oil and electricity.

(i) what is the probability that there will be a shortage of all three major sources of

power supply?

(ii) what is the probability that a shortage will occur in at least one of the following

sources: gas, electricity?

(iii) if there is a shortage of electricity, what is the probability that gas and oil also will

be scare?

9. The probability that a single aircraft engine will fail during flight is q. A multi-engine

plane makes successful flight if at least half its engines run. Assuming that the engines

operate independently, find the values of q for which a two-engine plane is to be

preferred to a four-engine plane.

10. A garage mechanic keeps a box of good springs to use as replacements on customers

cars. The box contains 5 springs. A colleague, thinking that the springs are for scrap,

tosses three faulty springs in to the box. The mechanic picks two springs out of the box

while servicing the car, one at a time, without replacement. Find the probability that:

11 An assembler of electric fans uses motors from two sources. Company A supplies 90% of

the motors and company B supplies the other 10%. Suppose it is known that 5% of the

motors supplied by company A are defective and 3% of the motors supplied by company

B are defective. An assembled fan is found to have a defective motor. What is the

probability that this motor was supplied by company B?

is known that the Barnsley factory produces twice as many transistors as the Bradford

one, which produces the same number as the Bristol one (during the same period).

Experience also shows that 0.2% of the transistors produced at Barnsley and Bradford are

faulty and so are 0.4% of those produced at Bristol. A service engineer, while

maintaining electronic equipment, finds a defective transistor. What is the probability that

the Bradford factory is to blame?

13 A system consists of seven components, as shown in the following diagram. Find the

reliability of the system, given that the individual probabilities for functioning are:

PA 0.90, PB 0.95, PC 0.95, PD 0.92, PE 0.97, PF 0.92 and PG 0.97

A

D

E

D

B

F G

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COURSE: ENGINEERING STATISTICS (STA2023)

WORKSHEET #2

1. Consider the segment of an electric circuit with three relays shown here. Current will

flow from a to b if there is at least one closed path when the switch is thrown. Each of the

three relays has an equally likely chance of remaining open or closed when the switch is

thrown. Let X represent the number of relays that close when the switch is thrown.

A

A

A

B

a A b

A

1C

A

(i) Find the probability distribution

A for X and display it in tabular form.

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(ii) What is the probability that current will flow from a to b?

2. Turbo Generators plc manufacturer seven large turbines for a customer. Three of these

turbines do not meet the customers’ specification. Quality control inspectors choose two

turbines at random. Let the discrete random variable X be defined to the number of

turbines inspected which meet the customer’s specification. Find the probabilities that X

takes values 0, 1 or 2.

3. In a box of switches it is known 10% of the switches are faulty. A technician is wiring 30

circuits, each of which needs one switch. What is the probability that

(i) all thirty work (ii) at most 2 of the circuits do not work?

SOLVIT. To save money, the University’s Purchasing department has negotiated a

bargain price for a 4- user licence that allows only four students to use SOLVIT at any

one time. It is estimated that this should allow 90% of students to use the package when

they need it. The Student’s Union has asked for more licences to be bought since

engineering students report having to queue excessively to use SOLVIT. As a result the

Computer Centre monitors the use of the software. Their findings show that on average

20 students are logged on at peak times and 4 of these want to use SOLVIT. Was the

Purchasing Department’s estimate correct?

5. A factory has 10 machines which may need adjustment from time to time during the day.

Three of these machines are old; each having a probability of 0.1 of needing adjustment

during the day, and 7 are new, having corresponding probabilities of 0.05

Assuming that no machine needs adjustment twice on the same day, determine the

probabilities that on a particular day

(ii) If just two machines need adjustment, they are of the same type.

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6. Suppose the number of cracks per concrete specimen for a particular type of cement mix

has approximately a Poisson distribution. Furthermore, assume that the average number

of cracks per specimen is 2.5

(i) Find the mean and standard deviation of the number of cracks per concrete

specimen.

(ii) Find the probability that a randomly selected concrete specimen has exactly five

cracks.

(iii) Find the probability that a randomly selected specimen has two or more cracks.

7. Suppose it has been observed that, on average, 180 cars per hour pass a specified point on

a particular road in the morning rush hour. Due to impending road works it is estimated

that congestion will occur close to the city centre if more than 5 cars pass the point in any

one minute. What is the probability of congestion occurring?

8. Suppose vehicles arrive at a signalised road intersection at an average rate of 360 per

hour and the cycle of the traffic lights is set at 40 seconds. In what percentage of cycles

will the number of vehicles arriving be (a) exactly 5, (b) less than 5? If, after the lights

change to green, there is time to clear only 5 vehicles before the signal changes to red

again, what is the probability that waiting vehicles are not cleared in one cycle?

9. Show that the moment-generating function for the binomial random variable is given by

n

M (t ) pet q

Use this result to derive the mean and variance for the binomial distribution.

10. Show that the moment-generating function for the Poisson random variable with mean

is given by

M (t ) e (e 1)

t

Use this result to derive the mean and variance for the Poisson distribution.

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COURSE: ENGINEERING STATISTICS (STA 2023)

WORKSHEET#3

1. The mileage C in thousands which car owners get with a certain kind of tyre is a random

variable having probability density function

1 20x

e x0

f ( x) 20

0 x0

(a) Find the distribution function F(x)

(b) Find the probability that one of these tyres will last at least 30,000 miles.

2. The time taken by a team to complete the assembly of an electrical component is found to

be normally distributed, about a mean of 110 minutes, and with a standard deviation of

10 minutes.

(a) Out of a group of 20 teams, how many will complete the assembly:

(i) Less than 95 minutes.

(ii) In more than 2 hours.

(b) If the management decides to set a “cut off” time such that 95% of the teams will

have completed the assembly on time, what time limit should be set?

3. A machining operation produces steel shafts having diameters that are normally

distributed with a mean of 1.005 inches and a standard deviation of 0.01 inch.

Specifications call for diameters to fall within the interval 1.00 0.02 inches. What

percentage of the output of this operation will fail to meet the specifications?

4. Suppose Y has an exponential distribution density function with mean .Show that

P( X a b / X a) P( X b). This is referred to as the ‘memoryless’ property of the

exponential distribution.

5. The life lengths of automobiles tires of a certain brand , under average driving conditions,

are found to follow an exponential distribution with mean 30 (in thousands of miles).Find

the probability that one these tires bought today will last

(ii) Over 30,000 miles given that it already has gone 15,000 miles.

6. A pumping station operator observes that the demand for water at a certain hour of the

day can be modelled as an exponential random variable with a mean of 100cfs (cubic feet

per second).

(i) Find the probability that the demand will exceed 200cfs on a randomly selected

day.

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(ii) What is the maximum water-producing capacity that the station should keep on

line for this hour so that the demand will exceed this production capacity with a

probability of only 0.01?

cye2 y 0 y

f ( x)

0 elsewhere

(i) Find the value of c. (ii) Find the mean and variance of X

8. Using the moment generating function for the gamma distribution with mean , find

E ( X 2 ). Use this result to show that Var ( X ) 2

9. The kinetic energy k associated with a mass moving at velocity v is given by the

mv 2

k

expression 2

Consider a device that fires a serrated nail in to concrete at a mean velocity of 2000 feet

per second, where the random velocity V possess a density function given by

v

v3 e 500

f (v ) v0

500 4

4

x

1

x e x0

f ( x)

0 elsewhere

1 1

1

2 2

2

Show that E ( X ) 1 and Var ( X )

1 1

11. The length of service time during which a certain type of thermistor produces resistances

within its specifications has been observed to follow a Weibull distribution with 50

and 2 (measurements in thousands of hours).

(i) Find the probability that one of these thermistors, to be installed in a system

today, will function properly for over 10,000 hours.

(ii) How long can such a thermistor be expected to last?

12. Fatigue life, in hundreds of hours, for a certain type of bearings has approximately a

Weibull distribution with 2 and 4

(i) Find the probability that a bearing of this type fails in less than 200 hours.

(ii) Find the expected value of the fatigue life for these bearings.

(iii) Find the variance of the fatigue life for these bearings.

13. The lifetime t (in hours) of a certain electronic component is a random variable with

density function

6

1 100

x

e t0

f (t ) 100

0

elsewhere

(ii) What is the reliability of the component at t 25 hours?

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SCHOOL OF MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS

COURSE: ENGINEERING STATISTICS (STA 2023)

WORKSHEET#4

1. Let X1 , X 2 ,........X n be a random sample of n independent observations from a population

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with mean and variance 2 . Show that E ( X ) and Var ( X )

n

boxes of 200 to be used to the public or trade. If the length of the screws is known to be

normally distributed with a mean of 2 cm and variance 0.05 cm2, find the mean and

standard deviation of the sample mean of 200 boxed screws. What is the probability that

the sample mean length of the screws in a box of 200 is greater than 2.02cm?

1 n 2 1 n

2

1 n

3. Show that s

2

(Yi Y ) n 1

n 1 i 1

2

Yi Yi

n i 1

i 1

4. Let Y1,Y2, ......Yn be a random sample with E (Yi ) = and Var (Yi ) = 2 . Show that

1 n

S '2 (Yi Y )2 is a biased estimator for 2 and that

n i 1

1 n

S2

n 1 i 1

(Yi Y ) 2 is an unbiased estimator for 2 .

5. After 1000 hours of use the weight loss, in gm, due to wear in certain rollers in machines,

is normally distributed with mean and variance 2 .Fifty independent observations are

50 50

taken. If observation i is yi , then yi 497.2 and

i 1

y

i 1

i

2

5473.58. Estimate

6. The fuel consumption of a new model of car is being tested. In one trial, 50 cars chosen at

random, were driven under identical conditions and the distances, x km, covered on 1

litre of petrol were recorded. The results give the following totals:

x 525, x 2

5625

Calculate a 95% confidence interval for the mean petrol consumption, in kilometres per

litre of cars of this type.

7. Stainless steels are frequently used in chemical plants to handle corrosive fluids.

However, these steels are especially susceptible to stress corrosion cracking in certain

environments. In a random sample of 300 steel alloy failures that occurred in oil

refineries and petrochemical plants in a country over the last 10 years, 118 were caused

by stress corrosion cracking and corrosion fatigue. Construct a 95% confidence interval

for the true proportion of alloy failures caused by stress corrosion cracking.

8. To estimate the average time required for certain repairs, an automobile manufacturer had

40 mechanics, a random sample , timed in the performance of this task. If this took them

on the average 24.05 minutes and a standard deviation of 2.68 minutes, what can the

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manufacturer assert with 95% confidence about the maximum error if he uses x 24.05

minutes as an estimate of the actual mean time required to perform the given repairs?

9. A random sample of 40 engineers was selected from among the large number employed

by a corporation engaged in seeking new sources of petroleum. The hours worked in a

particular week was determined for each engineer selected. These data had a mean of 46

hours and a standard deviation of 3 hours. For that particular week, estimate the mean

hours worked for all engineers in the corporation with a 95% confidence coefficient.

10. The breaking strength of threads has a standard deviation of 18 grams. How many

measures on breaking strength should be used in the next experiment if the estimate of

the mean breaking strength is to be within 4 grams of the true mean breaking strength,

with confident coefficient 0.95?

11. Vehicle speed needs to be estimated with an accuracy of 5 mph of the average speed

with a 99% confidence interval. Assume that the standard deviation of the vehicle speed

is 10mph. How many samples are required?

12. Upon testing 100 resistors manufactured by Company A, it is found that 12 fail to meet

the tolerance specifications.

(i) Find 95% confidence interval for the true fraction of resistors manufactured by

Company A that fail to meet the tolerance specification.

specifications to within 0.05, with confidence coefficient 0.95, how many

resistors should be tested?

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SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING

Tutorial Sheet#3A

Question#1

a) A random variable X has the probability density function ce x . Find the proper value of

c, assuming 0 X .

b) The cumulative distribution function that a television tube will fail in t-hours is 1 e ct ,

where c is a parameter dependent on the manufacturer and t 0.

Question#2

a) The manager of a men’s clothing store is concerned over the inventory of suits, which is

currently 30 (all sizes). The number of suits sold from now to the end of the season is

distributed as:

e 20 20 x

, x 0,1, 2,3,.......

P X x x!

0,

otherwise

Find the probability that he would have suits left over at the season’s end.

1

x 1

1

FX x 2 , x 0,1, 2,3,............

0, otherwise

ii) Find P 0 X 8 .

Question#3

kx, 0 x < 2

f x k 4 x , 2 x 4

0,

otherwise

Find:

i) k

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b) Find the cumulative distribution function CDF associated with:

x 2xt22 , t 0, x 0

e

i) f ( x) t 2

0, otherwise

1 1

ii) f x , - < x <

x 2

1

2

Question#4

e x , x > 0.

f x

0, otherwise

i) Y 2X 2

V X2

1

ii)

iii) U ln X .

ax 2 e bx , x > 0.

2

f x

0, otherwise

i) Find a.

ii) Suppose a new function Y 18 X 2 is of interest. Find an approximate value for

E X and V X .

Question#5

a) A contractor is going to bid on a project and the number of days, X, required for

completion follows the probability distribution given as:

0.1, x 10

0.3, x 11

0.4, x 12

P X x

0.1, x 13

0.1, x 14

0, otherwise

ii) Find E X ,V X , E Y , andV Y .

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SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING

Tutorial Sheet#3B

Question#1

A manufacturing process produces certain articles such that the probability of each article

being defective is p. Let Y be the r.v. denoting the minimum number of articles to be

Question#2

qx

P( X x) , x 1, 2,3,............

x

where 0 q 1 p 1.

Show that:

12

1

i)

ln p

q q(1 q)

ii) E( X ) iii) V (X )

1 q (1 )2

Question#3

n n 1 n 1

i)

r r r 1

m n m m n

ii)

k r 0 r k r

b) Consider the hyper-geometric discrete random variable X, which has probability distribution:

M N M

nx

P( X x)

x

, where x n, x M , and n x N M .

N

n

Show that:

M

i) n

N

M N M N n

ii) 2 n .

N N N 1

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Question#4

a) The decapitated geometric r.v. is a particular case of the shifted geometric variable X with:

P( X x) q x 3 p, x 3, 4,5,.........

Determine:

ii) E ( X ) and V ( X ).

b) Let X has a zero-truncated (or decapitated) Poisson distribution with zero class missing, i.e.:

(em 1)1 k x

P( X x) , x 1, 2,3,.....

x!

Question#5

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2 xe x for x 0

2

f ( x)

0 elsewhere

1

i)

2

1

2

Note that: et dt

2

1

4

ii) .

0

2

i) M X (t )

ii) E( X )

iii) V ( X ).

Question#6

f ( x) e ( ) x , x

Find:

ii) E ( X ) and V ( X ).

b) The velocities of gas particles can be modeled by the Maxwell distribution, with

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3/ 2

m

f (v) 4 v 2e v , v0

2

( m / 2 KT )

2 KT

absolute temperature.

interval ( , ) .

et et

M X (t )

t ( )

Question#7

c

f ( x) ck x ck 1e ( x ) , 0 x , (c 0, k 0, 0)

c

( k )

Find:

b) A random variable X has a Weibull distribution if and only if its probability density is given by

16

mx 1e x for x 0

f ( x)

0 elsewhere

where 0 and 0.

1

Show that 1/ 1

ii)

c) Let X Geo( p ) , use the moment generating and the probability generating function

technique, to find:

i) M X (t )

ii) E( X )

iii) V ( X ).

Question#8

a) A random variable X is said to have a Cauchy distribution if its density is given by:

f ( x) , for x

[ x ]2 2

b) A random variable X has a Pareto distribution if and only if its probability density is given by:

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, for x 1

f ( x) x 1

0, elsewhere

where 0.

i) Show that for the Pareto distribution , provided 1.

1

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SCHOOL OF MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS

COURSE: ENGINEERING STATISTICS (STA 2023)

WORKSHEET # 5

1. The output voltage for a certain circuit is specified to be 130. A sample of 40 independent

readings on the voltage for this circuit gave a sample mean of 128.6 and a standard

deviation of 2.1. Test the hypothesis that the average output voltage is 130 against the

alternative hypothesis that it is less than 130. Use a 5% significance level.

2. A machine is set to produce bolts with a mean length of 1 inch. Bolts that are too long or

too short do not meet customer’s specifications and must be rejected. To avoid producing

too many rejects, the bolt produced by the machine are sampled from time to time and

tested as a check to determine whether the machine is still operating properly, i.e.,

producing bolts with a mean length of 1 inch. Suppose 50 bolts have been sampled, and

x 1.02 inches and s = 0.04 inch. Does the sample evidence indicate that the machine is

producing bolts with a mean length not equal to 1 inch; that is the production is out of

control? Use a 0.01 level of significance.

3. A firm manufactures heavy current switch units which depend for their correct operation

on a relay. The relays are provided by an outside supplier and out of a random sample of

150 relays delivered, 140 are found to work correctly. Can the relay manufacturer

justifiably claim that at least 90% of the relays provided will function correctly?

control modules to supply modules with at least 99% complying with their specification.

The quality control operators at SwitchRight check a random sample of 1000 control

modules delivered to SwitchRight and find that 985 match the specification. Does this

result imply that less than 99% of the control modules supplied do not match SwitchRight

specification?

5. The means and standard deviations shown in the table summarize information on the

strengths for two types of wooden poles used by the utility industry. Do the data provide

sufficient evidence to indicate a difference in the mean of the strengths of wooden poles

made from coastal Douglas fir and southern pine? Use a 0.05 level of significance.

components to save weight and thereby improve performance and fuel consumption.

Tensile strength tests are carried out on randomly chosen samples of two possible

components before a final choice is made. The results are:

Number size (kg mm-2) (kg mm-2)

1 35 90 2.3

2 30 88 2.2

Is there any difference between the measured tensile strengths at the 5% level of

significance?

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7. Scientists have labelled benzene, a chemical solvent commonly used to synthesize

plastics, as a possible cancer-causing agent. Studies have shown that people who work

with benzene more than 5 years have 20 times the incidence of leukemia than the general

population. Suppose a steel manufacturing plant , which exposes its workers to benzene

daily, is under investigation by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. 20 air

samples, collected over a period of 1 month and examined for benzene content, yielded

the following summary statistics: x 2.1 ppm s 1.7 ppm Is the steel manufacturing

plant in violation of the new government standards? Test the hypothesis that the mean

level of benzene at the steel manufacturing plant is greater than 1 ppm. Use a 0.05 level

of significance.

8. An important measure of the performance of a machine is the mean time between failures

(MTBF). A certain printer attached to a processor was observed for a period of time

during which 10 failures were observed. The times between failures averaged 98 working

hours with a standard deviation of 6 hours. A modified version of this sprinter was

observed for 8 failures, the times between failures averaging 94 working hours with a

standard deviation of 8 hours. Can we say, at the 1% significance level, that the modified

version of the printer has a smaller MTBF?

particular component in a computer display screen. While the new design is cheaper to

manufacture, it can only be adopted for mass production if it passes the same average

current to the component. In tests involving the two circuits, the following results are

obtained.

1 80.1 80.7

2 82.3 81.3

3 84.1 84.6

4 82.6 81.7

5 85.3 86.3

6 81.3 84.3

7 83.2 83.7

8 81.7 84.7

9 82.2 82.8

10 81.4 84.4

11 85.2

12 84.9

X 1 82.42 X 2 83.72 S1 2.00 S2 2.72

2 2

On the assumption that the populations from which the samples are drawn have equal

variances, should the manufacturer replace the old circuit design by the new one? Use the

0.05 level of significance.

electric component which may be prone to failure due to excessive heat build-up, 300

machines are tested with 100 randomly chosen examples of the component in each of 3

positions. The results obtained were as follows.

Position 1 2 3 Total

Failure 40 30 50 120

Non-failure 60 70 50 180

Total 100 100 100 300

Use a 2 test at the 0.05 level of significance to determine whether component failure is

related to mounting position.

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SCHOOL OF MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS

PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS (STA2002)

WORKSHEET# 6

1. The data in the following table give the miles per gallon obtained by a test automobile

when using gasolines of varying octane levels.

Miles per 13.0 13.2 13.0 13.6 13.3 13.8 14.1 14.0

gallon(y)

Octane(x) 89 93 87 90 89 95 100 98

(ii) Find the least square regression equation for data.

(iii) Predict the miles per gallon when then octane level is 92.

(iv) Calculate the coefficient of correlation , r .Interpret this value.

(v) Calculate the coefficient of determination, r 2 . Interpret this value.

(vi) Do the data provide sufficient evidence to indicate that octane level and miles per

gallon are dependent? Give the attained significance level, and indicate your

conclusion if you wish to implement an 0.05 level test.

2. The following data give the diffusion time (hours) of a silicon wafer used in

manufacturing integrated circuits and the resulting sheet resistance of transfer.

(y)

(i) Find the equation of the least squares line fit to these data.

(ii) Predict the sheet resistance when the diffusion time is 1.3hours

3. The quality control engineer at Bethel steel is interested in estimating the tensile strength

of steel wire based on its outside diameter and the amount of molybdenum in the steel.

As an experiment, she selected twenty – five pieces of wire, measured the outside

diameters, and determined the molybdenum content. Then she measured the tensile

strength of each piece. The results of the first four were:

Y X1 Molybdenum(units), X 2

A 11 0.3 6

B 9 0.2 5

C 16 0.4 8

D 12 0.3 7

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(i) Based on the equation, what is the predicted tensile strength of a steel wire having

an outside diameter of 0.35 mm and 6.4 units of molybdenum?

(ii) Interpret the value of 1 in the equation

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