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Quiz_1(from 27th November to 1st December): Introduction to Statistical Methods (S1-19_DSECLZC413)

Quiz_1(from 27th November to 1st December)

Due Dec 1 at 23:59

Available Nov 27 at 12:10 - Dec 1 at 23:59 4 days

Points 5

Questions 20

Time Limit None

Instructions

Quiz 1_5 marks

Number of Questions: 20

Start date: 27th November 2019

End Date: 1st December 2019

Topics: Till Random Variables

Attempt History

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22 minutes

5 out of 5

Correct answers will be available on Dec 5 at 11:59.

Score for this quiz: 5 out of 5 Submitted Nov 30 at 23:24 This attempt took 22 minutes.

Question 1

0.25 / 0.25 pts

Consider the sample space S and the events A,B,C defined on S.The following values are given

(i) P(A) = 1/2,P(B) = 1/4,P(C) = 1/4

(ii) P(A) = 3/2,P(B) = 1/2,P(C) = 1/4

(iii)

P(A) = -1/2,P(B) = 1/4,P(C) = 1/4

(iv) P(S) = 1.5

Of these

(ii) and (iii) are correctP(A) = -1/2,P(B) = 1/4,P(C) = 1/4 (iv) P(S) = 1.5 Of these (i) and (ii)

(i)

and (ii) are correct1/4 (iv) P(S) = 1.5 Of these (ii) and (iii) are correct (i) (i)

(i)

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only i) is correct Question 2 0.25 / 0.25 pts Two events A and B
only i) is correct Question 2 0.25 / 0.25 pts Two events A and B
only i) is correct Question 2 0.25 / 0.25 pts Two events A and B
only i) is correct
only i) is correct

only i) is correct

Question 2

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/ 0.25 pts

Two events A and B are mutually exclusive if P(A) < 1 and P(B) > 0

 
True

True

False

False

Question 3

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/ 0.25 pts

We know that extreme values plays a role when we try to understand the data.In this context justify the following

" Median is NOT affected by extreme values in the data"

 
True

True

False

False

Question 4

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Which of the following statements is /are true when A and B are independent events(NOTE:A is complement of A)

c

P(A and B ) = 0

A c

c

, B are independent

P(A or B ) = 0

are independent events(NOTE:A is complement of A) c P(A and B ) = 0 A c
are independent events(NOTE:A is complement of A) c P(A and B ) = 0 A c
are independent events(NOTE:A is complement of A) c P(A and B ) = 0 A c

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None of these Question 5   0.25 / 0.25 pts Let A, B and C
None of these Question 5   0.25 / 0.25 pts Let A, B and C
None of these Question 5   0.25 / 0.25 pts Let A, B and C
None of these

None of these

Question 5

 

0.25

/ 0.25 pts

Let A, B and C be independent events such that P(A) = 0.5, P(B) = 0.6 and

P(C) = 0.1.Then P(A

c

P(C) = 0.1.Then P(A c B c C) =

B

c

P(C) = 0.1.Then P(A c B c C) =

C) =

0.03

0.03

We can not find  

We can not find

 
0

0

0.02

0.02

Question 6

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Consider the following statements

 

i)

Probabilities of the conditional events A/B and B/A are equal

ii)

The conditional events A / B and B / A results in the same outcome

Of these statements,

 
 
  only ii) is correct

only ii) is correct

 
  Both are incorrect

Both are incorrect

 
  both are true

both are true

 
  only i) is true

only i) is true

Question 7

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Consider the numbers 4,5,6,5,4,6

  both are true   only i) is true Question 7 0.25 / 0.25 pts Consider
  both are true   only i) is true Question 7 0.25 / 0.25 pts Consider
  both are true   only i) is true Question 7 0.25 / 0.25 pts Consider

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Find the correct statement from the following Mean = Median and Mode does not exist

Find the correct statement from the following

Mean = Median and Mode does not exist

Mean = Median and Mode does not exist

(Mean = Median) & (Mode = 4,5,6)

(Mean = Median) & (Mode = 4,5,6)

Mean Median and mode are the same

Mean Median and mode are the same

None of these

None of these

Mean > Median

Mean > Median

Question 8

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/ 0.25 pts

Validate the statement

 

"Variance indicates the average distance of any point in the data from the mean"

True

True

False

False

Question 9

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What is the probability of drawing an ace from a well shuffled deck of 52 Playing cards?

5/52

5/52

3/52

3/52

0.25 / 0.25 pts What is the probability of drawing an ace from a well shuffled
4/52

4/52

What is the probability of drawing an ace from a well shuffled deck of 52 Playing

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Question 10

 

0.25

/ 0.25 pts

 

The probability that a person A wins the game is 2/3 and the probability that B will not win the game is 5/9.The probability that at least one of them will win the game is 4/5. The probability that both will win the game is

 
12/45  

12/45

 
19/45  

19/45

 
14/45  

14/45

 
4/5

4/5

Question 11

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Based on the data given below,find P(Male/without cancer)

 

Question 12

 

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Based on the data given below,find P(Female/with cancer)

 
 

With Cancer

Without cancer

 

Male

0.40

0.10

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Female 0.475 0.025 0.025/0.875 We can not find based on the data given 0.475/0.125 0.475/0.875
Female
0.475
0.025
0.025/0.875
We can not find based on the data given
0.475/0.125
0.475/0.875
0.25
/ 0.25 pts
Question 13
For two independent events A and B,P(A U B) = P(A) + P(B)
True
False
0.25
/ 0.25 pts
Question 14
Validate the statement
"If P(A
B) = P(A / B) P(B) ,then A and B are independent events."
True
False
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/ 0.25 pts
Question 15
If P(A
B) = 0.20 ,P(B) = 0.80 and P(A) = 0.30 ,then P(A / B) is
0 30/0 20

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None of these 0.20/0.80 0 20/0 30 0.20/0.30 Question 16 0.25 / 0.25 pts If
None of these 0.20/0.80 0 20/0 30 0.20/0.30 Question 16 0.25 / 0.25 pts If
None of these 0.20/0.80 0 20/0 30 0.20/0.30 Question 16 0.25 / 0.25 pts If
None of these

None of these

0.20/0.80

0.20/0.80

0 20/0 30

0 20/0 30

0.20/0.30

0.20/0.30

Question 16

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If P(A U B) = P(B) then events A and B are

 
Independent events

Independent events

Mutually exclusive events

Mutually exclusive events

Dependent events

Dependent events

None of these

None of these

Question 17

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If P(A) = 0.35,P(B) = 0.36,P(C) = 0.19 ,P(A and B) = 0.23,P( B and C) = 0.04,P( A and C) = 0.05 and P( A and B and C) = 0.03,then P[(AUB)/C) is

0.06/0.19

0.06/0.19

0.36/0.19

0.36/0.19

0.48/0.19

0.48/0.19

0.41/0.19

0.41/0.19

Question 18

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B and C) = 0.03,then P[(AUB)/C) is 0.06/0.19 0.36/0.19 0.48/0.19 0.41/0.19 Question 18 0.25 / 0.25
B and C) = 0.03,then P[(AUB)/C) is 0.06/0.19 0.36/0.19 0.48/0.19 0.41/0.19 Question 18 0.25 / 0.25
B and C) = 0.03,then P[(AUB)/C) is 0.06/0.19 0.36/0.19 0.48/0.19 0.41/0.19 Question 18 0.25 / 0.25
B and C) = 0.03,then P[(AUB)/C) is 0.06/0.19 0.36/0.19 0.48/0.19 0.41/0.19 Question 18 0.25 / 0.25

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If P(A) = 0.35,P(B) = 0.36,P(C) = 0.19 ,P(A B) = 0.23,P( B C) =
If P(A) = 0.35,P(B) = 0.36,P(C) = 0.19 ,P(A B) = 0.23,P( B C) =
If P(A) = 0.35,P(B) = 0.36,P(C) = 0.19 ,P(A B) = 0.23,P( B C) =
If P(A) = 0.35,P(B) = 0.36,P(C) = 0.19 ,P(A
B) = 0.23,P( B
C) = 0.04,P(
A
C) = 0.05 and
P( A
B
C) = 0.03,then P[A / (B U C)] is
0 35/0 19
0.25/0.51
0.35/0.51
data is insufficient
0.36/0.19

Question 19

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If P( A) = 0.4 and P (B) = 0.5,P (A and B)= 0.2 then P (A or B)=

 
0.7.

0.7.

1.2

1.2

data is insufficient

data is insufficient

0.85

0.85

0.9

0.9

Question 20

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The number of adults living in homes on a randomly selected city block is

described by the following probability distribution table. What is the probability that 4 or more adults reside at a randomly selected home

No of adults,x

1

2

3

4 or more

P(x)

0.25

0.50

0.15

?

reside at a randomly selected home No of adults,x 1 2 3 4 or more P(x)
reside at a randomly selected home No of adults,x 1 2 3 4 or more P(x)

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