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2.81. Suppose that f (x) c > 3x, x 1, 2, c, is the probability function for a random variable X. (a) Determine c. (b) Find the distribution function. (c) Graph the probability function and the distribution function. (d) Find P(2 X 5). (e) Find P(X 3). 2.82. Suppose that f (x) e cxe 0
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is the density function for a random variable X. (a) Determine c. (b) Find the distribution function. (c) Graph the density function and the distribution function. (d) Find P(X 1). (e) Find P(2 X 3).
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CHAPTER 2 Random Variables and Probability Distributions
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2.83. The probability function of a random variable X is given by 2p p 4p 0 x 1 x 2 x 3 otherwise 1).
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where p is a constant. Find (a) P(0
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2.84. (a) Prove that for a suitable constant c, F(x) e 0 c(1 x x 0 0 X 2).
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is the distribution function for a random variable X, and find this c. (b) Determine P(l 2.85. A random variable X has density function f (x)
3 (1 e2 0
0 x 1 otherwise
Find the density function of the random variable Y
X2 and check your answer.
2.86. Two independent random variables, X and Y, have respective density functions f (x) Find (a) c1 and c2, (b) P(X Y e c1e 0
x x X
0 0 2, Y
g( y)
c2 ye 0 X
0 0 l).
1), (c) P(l
1), (d) P(1
2), (e) P(Y
2.87. In Problem 2.86 what is the relationship between the answers to (c), (d), and (e) Justify your answer. 2.88. Let X and Y be random variables having joint density function f (x, y) Find (a) the constant c, (b) P(X function of Y. 2.89. In Problem 2.88 is P(X
1 2, 1 2,
3 2 ),
c(2x 0
0 x 1, 0 otherwise
(c) the (marginal) density function of X, (d) the (marginal) density
3 2)
1 2 )P(Y
3 2 )
Why Y.
2.90. In Problem 2.86 find the density function (a) of X2, (b) of X 2.91. Let X and Y have joint density function f (x, y) e 1>y 0
0 x y, 0 otherwise
(a) Determine whether X and Y are independent, (b) Find P(X P(X Y 1 ). 2
1 2 ).
(c) Find P(X
1 2,
1 3 ).
(d) Find
2.92. Generalize (a) Problem 2.74 and (b) Problem 2.75 to three or more variables.
CHAPTER 2 Random Variables and Probability Distributions
2.93. Let X and Y be identically distributed independent random variables having density function f (u) (2p) 1> 2e u2> 2, ` u `. Find the density function of Z X 2 Y 2.
2.94. The joint probability function for the random variables X and Y is given in Table 2-9. (a) Find the marginal probability functions of X and Y. (b) Find P(l X 3, Y 1). (c) Determine whether X and Y are independent. Table 2-9
X 0 1 2
0 1 > 18 1> 9 1> 6
1 1> 9 1 > 18 1> 6
2 1>6 1>9 1 > 18
2.95. Suppose that the joint probability function of random variables X and Y is given by f (x, y) e cxy 0 0 x 2, 0 otherwise y x
(a) Determine whether X and Y are independent. (b) Find P(1 2 P( 1 2 X 1, Y 1).
1). (c) Find P(Y
1). (d) Find
2.96. Let X and Y be independent random variables each having density function f (u) where l lue u
u Y is u
0, 1, 2, c
0. Prove that the density function of X g(u) u!
(2l)ue 2l
0, 1, 2, c
2.97. A stick of length L is to be broken into two parts. What is the probability that one part will have a length of more than double the other State clearly what assumptions would you have made. Discuss whether you believe these assumptions are realistic and how you might improve them if they are not. 2.98. A floor is made up of squares of side l. A needle of length a l is to be tossed onto the floor. Prove that the probability of the needle intersecting at least one side is equal to a(4l a)>pl 2. 2.99. For a needle of given length, what should be the side of a square in Problem 2.98 so that the probability of intersection is a maximum Explain your answer. 2.100. Let f (x, y, z) e 24xy 2z 3 0 0 x 1, 0 otherwise y 1, 0 z 1
be the joint density function of three random variables X, Y, and Z. Find (a) P(X (b) P(Z X Y ).
1 2,
1 2,
1 2 ),
2.101. A cylindrical stream of particles, of radius a, is directed toward a hemispherical target ABC with center at O as indicated in Fig. 2-26. Assume that the distribution of particles is given by f (r) e 1>a 0 0 r a otherwise
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