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...TMA M343 02 QUESTION a) (i 2) (3) (ii) (iii) (iv 2) (3) (v) (b) K QUESTION 2 QUESTION 3 (a) A good example of a simple random walk with two reflecting barriers is the movement of an elevator in a 10 storey building. Once the elevator reaches the ground floor, it will have a 100% **probability** of going up, and when it reaches the 10th floor, it will have a 100% **probability** of going down. The elevator goes up and down at discrete intervals. Reflection at the barriers is represents the points when the elevator is at the ground and the 10th floors.
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3 Pages(750 words)Math Problem

...Be sure to show your work so that partial credit may be awarded. To receive full credit, work must be shown if applicable. Section 3 Basic Concepts of **Probability** and Counting
1. Lock combinations are made by using 4 digits. How many different lock combinations can be made if repetition of digits is allowed?
Each place in the 4 digit number can be occupied by any of the 10 digits. Hence by the multiplication theorem of **probability**, we get
No of different combinations = 10 × 10 × 10 × 10 = 10000 combinations
2. In 2001 the stock market took some big swings up and down. One thousand investors were asked how often they tracked their investments. The table below shows their responses. What is the...

2 Pages(500 words)Statistics Project

...The Use of **Probability** in Inferential Statistics There are many distribution models used in inferential statistics. The distribution modelsreflect a statistician’s assumption on how variable values are possibly distributed in a population. Based on sample data and assumptions on the population distribution, inferences are made on how the variable values may be actually distributed in a population. The most conventional or usual assumptions on population distribution are the standard normal, t-distribution, and the chi-square distribution.
Using assumptions on how variable values are distributed in a population makes it possible for man to anticipate the characteristics of specific populations based on information...

7 Pages(1750 words)Term Paper

... generated through various population surveys, which were done in the various emerging states of the nation (Brief history of statistics, 2002). Other disciplines for evaluating uncertain data like this were complex and not appropriate.
For this purpose, in the sixteenth century, a mathematical theory was evolved, which was termed **probability** theory. At that time, the main intention of the theory was to analyze the **game** of chance, typical problems with uncertain environments. Basically, **game** of chance was a technique of gambling. For making this gambling easy and making the predictions more accurate, Blaise Pascal and Pierre de Fermat developed the theory of **probability** in the 17th century. Further, in the 18th century... , 2010)....

6 Pages(1500 words)Essay

...Your full ID: Assignment 02-**Probability** Module + Hand Out “**PROBABILITY**” i. Given: P(A) = 6/7, P(B) = 7/8, P(D) = 9/10, and Machine efficiency = 27/44
P(C) = unknown
All four components need to be in working order for the machine to complete the process successfully. The machine will fail to complete the process from start to finish if at least one of the tasks fails. The efficiency of the machine is the **probability** that the machine completes the process from start to finish. Further, all tasks (from A to D) are independent tasks Therefore,
Therefore, the **probability** that component C is in working condition is
The **probability** that component C is in...

4 Pages(1000 words)Coursework

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This therefore applies that the next tossing will not be dependable on the previous tossing. Hence my strategy for continuing with the play
My opponent showing up the two (10) will serve to hold no effect on whether I will need to play again, because we are on the same ground where we both hold the same **probability**. Having the 10 flower does not hold that he is near the possibility of getting the 10 (diamonds).
Draw conclusions from your work.
Because of the **probability**, I had another chance of tossing again, because at the beginning of the **game** the possibility of one winning is always zero. Zero, meaning I was still in a position of winning the **game**....

1 Pages(250 words)Speech or Presentation

...A 7-card hand is chosen from a standard 52-card deck. a. How many of these will have four spades and three hearts?
Number of ways to pick four spades = 13 C 4 = 715
Number of ways to pick three hearts = 13 C 3 = 286
Therefore, there would be [13 C 4 * 13 C 3] = 204,490
b. What is the **probability** that we draw a hand composed of precisely four spades and three
hearts?
Number of ways to pick 7 cards randomly: 52 C 7 = 133,784,560
Therefore, **probability** = [13 C 4 * 13 C 3] / (52 C 7) = 0.001528
(2) A committee of 3 people is to be selected from a group of 8 people, which includes 4 married couples. If the committee cannot contain more than one member of any married couple, how many...

2 Pages(500 words)Speech or Presentation

...**Probability** **Probability** defines an event’s chance of occurrence and may be theoretical or experimental. While theoretical **probability** relies on naturally expected observations, experimental **probability** is derived from experimental observations. This report seeks to investigate **probabilities** in genetics and inheritance. The paper concludes that theoretical **probability** sufficiently predicts inheritance of genes.
Introduction
Olofsson explains that the knowledge of **probability** is fundamental in understanding inheritance of genes (p. 56). This is because characteristics of parents that are passed over to their offspring...

2 Pages(500 words)Lab Report

...**Probability** Distributions This report contains the findings of a study done to determine the age, gender and crime distribution in various correctional facilities in the USA. It also includes the satisfaction scores for key components of criminal justice system and services. The research participants were 25 prisoners serving various jail terms in both the state and federal prisons. The survey established that four out of every five prisoners are males. Moreover, a person aged between 16 to 49 years is three times more likely to commit a crime than a person who is over 60 years old. Burglary topped the list of the most committed crime with 44%. On satisfaction, the criminal justice ranked first with 5.4 points while...

6 Pages(1500 words)Assignment

...Ranking of Jackson County judges Ranking of Jackson County judges Every year a number of cases are handled by judges in Jackson County. Some of these cases are appealed. However some of them are upheld. In connection to this the main aim of these study was to investigate how the judges perform based on the number of cases appealed and the number of cases reversed. This ranking was necessary to find out whether the judges are doing a great or not. Three courts were investigated: Municipal Court, Domestic Relations, and Common Pleas Courts.
To get the **probability** of appeal: P (Appeal), the following formula was used;
P (Appeal) =
To obtain P (reversed), the following formula was used.
P (Reversed) =
On the other hand P...

8 Pages(2000 words)Essay