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# Question 1

4 out of 4 points

Exhibit 5-10
The probability distribution for the number of goals the Lions soccer team makes per
game is given below.
Number
Of Goals
Probability
0 0.05
1 0.15
2 0.35
3 0.30
4 0.15

## Refer to Exhibit 5-10. The expected number of goals per game is

2.35
2.35

Question 2
4 out of 4 points

## A local university reports that 4% of their students take their general

education courses on a pass/fail basis. Assume that 10 students are
registered for a general education course. Use appropriate tables to find
the following probabilities. What is the probability that at least 1 in the course
are registered on a Pass/Fail basis?
.3352
.3352

Question 3
4 out of 4 points

## Which of the following is a required condition for a discrete probability

function?
f(x) = 1
f(x) = 1

Question 4
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## A local university reports that 4% of their students take their general

education courses on a pass/fail basis. Assume that 10 students are
registered for a general education course. Use appropriate tables to find
the following probabilities. What is the probability that less than 2 in the course
are registered on a Pass/Fail basis?
.9418
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.9418

Question 5
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## An insurance company has determined that each week an average of 9

claims are filed. Assume that the claims are Poisson distributed. Find
the probability that exactly 3 claims will be filed.
.0150
.0150

Question 6
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## An insurance company has determined that each week an average of 9

claims are filed. Assume that the claims are Poisson distributed. Find
the probability that at least 2 claims will be filed.
.9988
.9988

Question 7
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## An insurance company has determined that each week an average of 10

claims are filed in their Atlanta branch. Assume that the Poisson distribution is
applicable. What is the probability that during the next week less than 1 claims
will be filed?
.0000
.0000

Question 8
4 out of 4 points

## Using Z - tables find the probabilities that Z is greater than 2.32

.0102
.0102

Question 9
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Using Z - tables find the probabilities that Z is between -2.11 and 1.06
.8380
.8380

Question 10
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Using Z - tables find z such that the area to the left of z is .8238
.93
.93

Question 11
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Using Z - tables find z such that the area to the right of z is .025
1.96
1.96

Question 12
4 out of 4 points

Exhibit 6-6
The starting salaries of individuals with an MBA degree are normally distributed
with a mean of \$40,000 and a standard deviation of \$5,000.
Refer to Exhibit 6-6. What is the probability that a randomly selected individual
with an MBA degree will get a starting salary of at least \$30,000?
0.9772
0.9772

Question 13
4 out of 4 points