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Assignment-2

Yash Kulkarni (160103077)


Yashpal Singh (160103078)
Yugam Jayant (160103079)
“Statistics is the Grammar of Science”

–Karl Pearson
Sinusoidal Responses
• f(t)=100sin(wt)+50sin(10wt) [BLACK] and
f(t) = 10sin(wt)+20sin(10wt) [RED] is plotted by
taking variable x=wt.
• Clear effect of NOISE i.e. due to second
function (with high frequency) can be seen.
100sin(x)+50sin(10x)

10sin(x)+20sin(10x)
NORMAL
DISTRIBUTION
CURVE
Normal Distribution fit is drawn using self-made code
on Apple Script for the data given in Question 2.
Table 1
Frequency
Sum Frequency
275

2 32
3 100 220
220
212
4 116
184
5 168 165
168
156
6 212
110 116 116
7 220 100
88
8 184
55

9 156 48
32

10 116 0
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

11 88
12 48
Normal Fit Data Generated by self-
made code in Apple Script
Table 2

Mean Value Normal Distribution

130.909090909091 32 0.00183075010344897
Standard Deviation 41.8947368421053 0.00232028467262318
62.6377754162048 51.7894736842105 0.00286824469107073
Minimum 61.6842105263158 0.00345822980175793
32 71.5789473684211 0.00406681318714977
Quartile 1 (below which 25% of the values lie) 81.4736842105263 0.00466463128427246
79 91.3684210526316 0.00521846940422039
Quartile 2 101.263157894737 0.0056941864806235
126 111.157894736842 0.00606014413568709
Quartile 3 121.052631578947 0.00629067060145756
173 130.947368421053 0.00636903535065152
Maximum 140.842105263158 0.00628945620549139
220 150.736842105263 0.006057804574549
160.631578947368 0.00569088937796328
99.7% Confidence Interval 170.526315789474 0.005214440928569
57.01 to 318.81 180.421052631579 0.00466013055367922
190.315789473684 0.00406210494002575
200.210526315789 0.00345355929773585
210.105263157895 0.00286381803140812
220 0.0023162564652864
Normal Fit Graph
Normal Distribution
0.007

0.00525

0.0035

0.00175

0
0 55 110 165 220 275
Inner Dia. of Cylinders
Table 1
S.No. inner dia. Generated Table by self-made code in Apple Script (Table 2*)
Mean Value Normal Distribution
1 40.8 40.0928571428571 39.50 0.35
2 40.3 Standard Deviation 39.5684210526316 0.434315375023639
0.417804307733224 39.6368421052632 0.526325959319626
3 39.60
Minimum 39.7052631578947 0.62095091675323
4 39.50 39.50 39.7736842105263 0.713202159629615

5 40.4 Quartile 1 39.8421052631579 0.797482059308429


39.825 39.9105263157895 0.868124651685457
6 40.1
Quartile 2 39.9789473684211 0.920017633026388
7 39.80 40.15 40.0473684210526 0.94921175630387
Quartile 3 40.1157894736842 0.953417152629448
8 39.90
40.475 40.1842105263158 0.932300052053658
9 40.50 Maximum 40.2526315789474 0.887526544787431

10 40.80 40.80 40.3210526315789 0.822545420639234


40.3894736842105 0.742149367561686
11 39.70
40.4578947368421 0.651891997299801
12 40.00 40.5263157894737 0.557458924589442
40.5947368421053 0.464090833761136
13 39.80
40.6631578947368 0.376136954620608
14 40.1 40.7315789473684 0.296784976143772
40.80 0.23
Calculations from Student’s
t-variable table
• Population mean for 95% CI is calculated from

P=95 , v=13, Sx=0.417

This gives Xi = (39.19 , 40.99)

• Determining if 40 cm dia. comes from a population whose


true mean dia. is greater than 40cm at 99% CI :

This gives x’ = (39.67,40.34)


Thank You !!

Link for self-made code used for calculating Table to draw Normal
distribution (.scpt file)
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ZuWooMfFOSURYEctznG05szswpopKN
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