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Question Paper 3

Subject Maths

Exam Board CIE

Topic Continuous random variables

Sub Topic

Booklet Question Paper 3

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Percentage: /100

Grade Boundaries:

A* A B C D E U

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k cos x 0 ≤ x ≤ 14 π ,

f(x) = (

0 otherwise,

where k is a constant.

√

(i) Show that k = 2. [2]

(iv) Find the probability that exactly 3 out of 5 random observations of X have values greater than the

upper quartile. [2]

2 A computer user f nds that unwanted emails arrive randomly at a uniform average rate of 1.27 per

hour.

(i) Find the probability that more than 1 unwanted email arrives in a period of 5 hours. [2]

(ii) Find the probability that more than 850 unwanted emails arrive in a period of 700 hours. [4]

1

x( k − x) 1 ≤ x ≤ 2,

f(x) = 3

0 otherwise.

32

(i) Show that the value of k is 9

. [3]

(iii) Is the median less than or greater than 1.5? Justify your answer numerically. [3]

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The time in hours taken for clothes to dry can be modelled by the continuous random variable with

4 probability density function given by

√

k t 1 ≤ t ≤ 4,

f(t) =

0 otherwise,

where k is a constant.

3

(i) Show that k = 14

. [3]

(ii) Find the mean time taken for clothes to dry. [4]

(iii) Find the median time taken for clothes to dry. [3]

(iv) Find the probability that the time taken for clothes to dry is between the mean time and the

median time. [2]

5 The length, X cm, of a piece of wooden planking is a random variable with probability density function

given by

⎧ 1

⎪ 0 ≤ x ≤ b,

f(x) = ⎨ b

⎩

⎪

0 otherwise,

where b is a positive constant.

The lengths of a random sample of 100 pieces were measured and it was found that Σ x = 950.

(ii) Show that the value of b estimated from this information is 19. [2]

(iii) fin the probability that the length of a randomly chosen piece is greater than 11 cm, [1]

(iv) fi d the probability that the mean length of a random sample of 336 pieces is less than 9 cm. [4]

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At a town centre car park the length of stay in hours is denoted by the random variable X, which has

6 probability density function given by

− 32

f(x) = kx 1 ≤ x ≤ 9,

0 otherwise,

where k is a constant.

(i) Interpret the inequalities 1 ≤ x ≤ 9 in the definitio of f(x) in the context of the question. [1]

(iv) Find the length of stay for the charge to be at least 0.75 dollars [3]

(v) Find the probability of the charge being at least 0.75 dollars. [2]

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