Find the joint probability mass function of X and Y.

1.  Refer to Exercise 31. Assume the first card is not replaced before the second card is drawn.

a.  Find the joint probability mass function of X and Y.

b.  Find the marginal probability mass functions pX (x) and pY (y).

c.    Find µX and µY .

d.   Find µXY.

e.   Find Cov(X,Y)

 

2.    Blood is taken from each of n individuals to be tested for a certain disease. Rather than test each sample separately, a pooled method is used in an attempt to reduce the number of tests needed. Part of each blood sample is taken, and these parts are combined to form a pooled sample. The pooled sample is then tested. If the result is negative, then none of the n individuals has the disease, and no further tests are needed. If the pooled sample tests positive, then each individual is tested to see which of them have the disease.

 

a.  Let X represent the number of tests that are carried out.What are the possible values of X?

b.  Assume that n = 4 individuals are to be tested, and the probability that each has the disease, independent of the others, is p = 0.1.

c.   Find µX . Repeat part (b) with n = 6and p = 0.2.

d.  Express µX as a function of n and p.

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What is the probability that the parcel was shipped express and arrived the next day?

1.  In a lot of n components, 30% are defective. Two components are drawn at random and tested. Let A be the event that the first component drawn is defective,….

Given that the test is positive, what is the probability that the person has the disease?

1.  Refer to Exercise 28. Assume that both inspectors inspect every item and that if an item has no flaw, then neither inspector will detect a flaw. a.  Assume that….

If a man tests negative, what is the probability that he actually has the disease?

1.  Refer to Example 2.26. a.  If a man tests negative, what is the probability that he actually has the disease? b.  For many medical tests, it is standard procedure….