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CHAPTER 2 Random Variables and Probability Distributions
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Since X and are independent the joint density function is f (x, u) 2 2 l p 4 lp (a > 2) sin
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From Fig. 2-24 it is seen that the needle actually hits a line when X event is given by 4 p>2 (a>2) sin u dx du lp 3u 0 3x 0 2a lp
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When the above expression is equated to the frequency of hits observed in actual experiments, accurate values of p are obtained. This indicates that the probability model described above is appropriate.
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2.37. Two people agree to meet between 2:00 P.M. and 3:00 P.M., with the understanding that each will wait no longer than 15 minutes for the other. What is the probability that they will meet
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Let X and Y be random variables representing the times of arrival, measured in fractions of an hour after 2:00 P.M., of the two people. Assuming that equal intervals of time have equal probabilities of arrival, the density functions of X and Y are given respectively by f1(x) f2( y) e e 1 0 1 0 0 x 1 otherwise 0 y 1 otherwise
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Then, since X and Y are independent, the joint density function is (1) Since 15 minutes (2)
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f1(x) f2(y)
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hour, the required probability is P u X Yu
where 5 is the region shown shaded in Fig. 2-25. The right side of (2) is the area of this region, which is equal 3 7 to 1 (4 )( 3) 16, since the square has area 1, while the two corner triangles have areas 1 ( 3)(3 ) each. Thus the 4 2 4 4 required probability is 7 > 16.
1 4
6 dx dy
Fig. 2-25
CHAPTER 2 Random Variables and Probability Distributions
SUPPLEMENTARY PROBLEMS
Discrete random variables and probability distributions
2.38. A coin is tossed three times. If X is a random variable giving the number of heads that arise, construct a table showing the probability distribution of X. 2.39. An urn holds 5 white and 3 black marbles. If 2 marbles are to be drawn at random without replacement and X denotes the number of white marbles, find the probability distribution for X. 2.40. Work Problem 2.39 if the marbles are to be drawn with replacement. 2.41. Let Z be a random variable giving the number of heads minus the number of tails in 2 tosses of a fair coin. Find the probability distribution of Z. Compare with the results of Examples 2.1 and 2.2. 2.42. Let X be a random variable giving the number of aces in a random draw of 4 cards from an ordinary deck of 52 cards. Construct a table showing the probability distribution of X.
Discrete distribution functions
2.43. The probability function of a random variable X is shown in Table 2-7. Construct a table giving the distribution function of X. Table 2-7 x f (x) 1 1>2 2 1>3 3 1>6 x F(x) 1 1>8 Table 2-8 2 3>8 3 3>4 4 1
2.44. Obtain the distribution function for (a) Problem 2.38, (b) Problem 2.39, (c) Problem 2.40. 2.45. Obtain the distribution function for (a) Problem 2.41, (b) Problem 2.42. 2.46. Table 2-8 shows the distribution function of a random variable X. Determine (a) the probability function,
(b) P(1
3), (c) P(X
2), (d) P(X
3), (e) P(X
1.4).
Continuous random variables and probability distributions
2.47. A random variable X has density function f (x) Find (a) the constant c, (b) P(l X e ce 0
0 0 1).
2), (c) P(X
3), (d) P(X
2.48. Find the distribution function for the random variable of Problem 2.47. Graph the density and distribution functions, describing the relationship between them. 2.49. A random variable X has density function f (x) Find (a) the constant c, (b) P(X 2), (c) P(1 > 2 X cx 2 cx 0 1 x 2 2 x 3 otherwise
3 > 2).
CHAPTER 2 Random Variables and Probability Distributions
2.50. Find the distribution function for the random variable X of Problem 2.49. 2.51. The distribution function of a random variable X is given by F(x) If P(X 3) cx3 1 0 0 x x x 3 3 0 1), (d) P(1 X 2).
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