# Industrial Engineering Chapter 5 Homework The lamps are normally and independently distributed

Page Count
11 pages
Word Count
2766 words
Book Title
Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers 7th Edition
Authors
Douglas C. Montgomery, George C. Runger
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CHAPTER 5
Section 5-1
5.1.1 First, f(x,y) 0. Let R denote the range of (X, Y)
Then,
= + + + + =
1 1 1 1 1
( , ) 1
4 8 4 2 4
R
f x y
a) P(X < 2.5, Y < 3) = f(1.5,2) + f(1,1) = 1/8 + 1/4 = 3/8
5.1.2 f(x,y) ≥ 0 and
( , ) 1
R
f x y =
a)
1 1 3
( 0.5, 1.5) ( 1, 2) ( 0.5, 1) 8 4 8
XY XY
P X Y f f = − − + = + =
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5.1.3 a) The range of (X,Y) is
x,y
fxy (x,y)
0,0
0.857375
0,1
0.1083
0,2
0.00456
b)
x
fx(x)
0
0.970299
5.1.4 a) The range of (X,Y) is X ≥ 0, Y ≥ 0 and X + Y ≤ 4. Here, X is the number of pages with moderate
graphic content and Y is the number of pages with high graphic output among a sample of four
pages.
The following table is for sampling without replacement. Students would have to extend the
hypergeometric distribution to the case of three classes (low, moderate, and high).
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5.1.5 a) The range of (X,Y) is X ≥ 0, Y ≥ 0, and X + Y ≤ 4.
Here, X and Y denote the number of defective items found with inspection devices 1 and 2,
respectively.
5.1.7 Number of students:
Electrical 24
Industrial 4
Mechanical 12
X and Y = numbers of industrial and mechanical students in the sample, respectively.
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1
2
0.069329
b)
{ | 4}
( ) ( ) ( , )
XY
yx
X
y
f x yf x P X x
+
= = =
x
f(x)
0
0.644545
5.1.8
++
+ = +
 
3 2 3 22
00
() 2
xx
x
x
y
c x y dydx xy dx
a) P(X < 1, Y < 2) equals the integral of
( , )
XY
f x y
over the following region.
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b) P(1 < X < 2) equals the integral of
( , )
XY
f x y
over the following region.
c) P(Y > 1) is the integral of fXY(x,y) over the following region.
d) P(X < 2, Y < 2) is the integral of fXY(x,y) over the following region.
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f)
5.1.9 Determine c such that

= = =


 
3 3 3 22
33
00
0 0 0
81
4.5 .
2 2 4
xy
c xydxdy c y dy c c
5.1.10
 
− −
= = =
 
2 3 2 3 5
0 0 0
1
()
3 3 15
x y x x x
x
cc
c e e dydx e e dx e dx c
c = 15
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Section 5-2
5.2.1 a) fY|X=x(y), for x = 2, 4, 6, 8
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e) Use
= =
(0
)11
1
Xba
fx
, fY|X (x,y) = xexy, and the relationship
=
|
( , )
( , ) ()
XY
YX
f x y
f x y fx
5.2.2 a)
=
1.5
(1.5, )
() (1.5)
XY
Y
X
fy
fy f
and fX(1.5) = 3/8. Then,
y
fY|1.5 (y)
5.2.3 a)
=
3
(3, )
() (3)
XY
Y
X
fy
fy f
, fx(3) = 0.0725
y
fY|3(y)
0
0.857
1
0.143
5.2.4 a) Let X denote the grams of luminescent ink. Then,

= =  − =


1.14 1.2
( 1.14) ( 2) 0.022750
0.3
P X P Z P Z
Let Y denote the number of bulbs in the sample of 25 that have less than 1.14 grams. Then, by
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5.2.5 a) fY|x(y) = e−(yx) ≥ 0 for all y > x.
e)
= =
2
|1
( 2 | 1) ( )
Y
P Y X f y dy
because x < y and x = 1. Therefore,
− −
= = = −
2
( 1) 1
( 2 | 1) 1
y
P Y X e dy e
5.2.6
Y
X
0
50
75
0
0.9819
0.0122
0.0059
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5.2.7 X: Demand for MMR vaccine is normally distributed with mean 1.1 and standard
deviation 0.3.
Y: Demand for varicella vaccine is normally distributed with mean 0.55 and standard deviation
0.1.
a) P(X ≤ 1.2, Y ≤ 0.6) = P(X ≤ 1.2)P(Y ≤ 0.6) because X and Y are independent.
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This is recognized as a bivariate normal distribution. From the formulas for the mean and variance
of a conditional normal distribution, we have
5.2.9 a)
==
|2
(2, )
( ) ( )
(2)
XY
Y
X
fy
f y f y
f
, fx(2) = 2.899 × 104
y
fY|1(y) = f(y)
0
8.1 × 1011
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Section 5-3
5.3.1 a) fXYZ(x,y,z)
fXYZ(x,y,z)
Selects(X)
Inserts(Z)
0.43
23
11
12
b) PXY|Z=0
PXY|Z=0(x,y)
Selects(X)
Inserts(Z)
5.3.2. a) P(X = 2) = fXYZ(2,1,1) + fXYZ(2,1,2) + fXYZ(2,2,1) + fXYZ(2,2,2) = 0.5
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5.3.4
+
 
22
4
0
4xy
cdzdydx
= the volume of a cylinder with a base of radius 2 and a height of 4 = (π22)4 =
16π. Therefore,
=1
16
c
a) P(X2 + Y2 < 2) equals the volume of a cylinder of radius
2
and a height of 4 (=8
) times c.
=
81 / 2
16 .
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Section 5-4
5.4.1 E(X) = 1(3/8) + 2(1/2) + 4(1/8) = 15/8 = 1.875
5.4.2
==
+ = =

33
11
( ) 36 , 1 / 36
xy
c x y c c
5.4.3 Let X and Y denote the number of patients who improve or degrade, respectively, and let Z denote
the number of patients that remain the same. If X = 0, then Y can equal 0, 1, 2, 3, or 4. However, if
X = 4 then Y = 0. Consequently, the range of the joint distribution of X and Y is not rectangular.
Therefore, X and Y are not independent.
Var(X + Y) = Var(X) + Var(Y) + 2Cov(X,Y).
Therefore,
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5.4.4
Transaction
Frequency
Selects(X)
Inserts(Z)
New Order
43
23
11
12
5.4.5 Here, c = 8/31
5.4.6 a) E(X) = 1 E(Y) = 1
5.4.7 E(X) = −1(1/4) + 1(1/4) = 0
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5.4.8
= = = +  +  =
( ) 0 50 0.08 75 0.9 71.5
X
x
xP X x
x
[x E(X)]2
P(X = x)
Product
y
E(Y)
[y E(Y)]2
P(Y = y)
P(Y = y)[y E(Y)]2
0
67.25905
4523.7798
0.055096
249.2422
x
y
[x E(X)][y E(Y)]
P(X = x, Y = y)
Product
0
0
4809.022075
0.019638
94.43958
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5.4.9

 
− −
 
= = − + = + = + =
 
 

0 0 0
00
0 1 1
x x x x x
Xxe dx xe e dx x e
Using integration by parts multiple times
( )
( )
− −
= = − − =
32
0
...
11
3 6 6 0 ( 6) 3
22
y y y y
y e y e ye e
5.4.10 Suppose the correlation between X and Y is
. For constants a, b, c, and d, what is the correlation
between the random variables U = aX + b and V = cY + d?

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