The distance X between trees in a given forest has a probability density function given f...
1. 20 points Let X be a random variable with the following probability density function: f(x)--e+1" with ? > 0, ? > 0, constants x > ?, (a) 5 points Find the value of constant c that makes f(x) a valid probability mass function. (b) 5 points Find the cumulative distribution function (CDF) of X.
2. Suppose X is a continuous random variable with the probability density function (i.e., pdf) given by f(x) - 3x2; 0< x < 1, - 0; otherwise Find the cumulative distribution function (i.e., cdf) of Y = X3 first and then use it to find the pdf of Y, E(Y) and V(Y)
Suppose that a random variable X has a (probability) density function given by 52e-2, for x > 0; f(x) = 0, otherwise, (i) Calculate the moment generating function of X. [6 marks] (ii) Calculate E(X) and E(X²). [6 marks] (iii) Calculate E(ex/2), E(ex) and E(C3x), if they exist. [3 marks] (iv) Based on an independent random sample X = {X1, X2, ..., Xn} from the dis- tribution of X, provide a consistent estimator for 0 = E(esin(\)), where sin() is...
PHYS1047 a) Given a random variable x, with a continuous probability distribution function fx) 4 marks b) The life expectancy (in days) of a mechanical system has a probability density write down equations for the cumulative distribution C(x) and the survival distribution Px). State a relationship between them. function f(x)=1/x, for x21, and f(x)=0 for x <1. i Find the probability that the system lasts between 0 and I day.2 marks i) Find the probability that the system lasts between...
For a continuous random variable X with the following probability density function (PDF): fX(x) = ( 0.25 if 0 ≤ x ≤ 4, 0 otherwise. (a) Sketch-out the function and confirm it’s a valid PDF. (5 points) (b) Find the CDF of X and sketch it out. (5 points) (c) Find P [ 0.5 < X ≤ 1.5 ]. (5 points)
4. (30pts) A continuous random variable X has the probability density function: hx - 1 sx 32 f(x) =Jo-hx 2 x 3 0 x >3 which ean bo graphed as f(x) 1 2 a) Find h which makes f(x) a valid probability density function b) Find the expected value E(X) of the probability density function f(x) c) Find the cumulative distribution function F(x). Show all you work
4. The random variable X has probability density function f(x) given by f(x) = { k(2- T L k(2 - x) if 0 sxs 2 0 otherwise Determine i. the value of k. ii. P(0.7 sX s 1.2) iii. the 90th percentile of X.
1. Suppose the random variable X has the following probability density function: Problem Set: 1. Suppose the random variable X has the following probability density function: p(x) = fcx 0sxs2 10 otherwise. ] Note this probability density function is also of the form of an unknown parameter c. (a) Determine the value of c that makes this a valid probability density function. (b) Determine the expected value of X, E[X]. (c) Determine the variance of X, V(X).
Q1: Suppose the probability density function of the magnitude X of a bridge (in newtons) is given by fx)-[e(1+3) sxs2 otherwise (a) Find the value of c. (b) Find the mean and variance (c) Find P(1 <x<2.25) (d) Find the cumulative distribution function.
The density function of X is given by f(x) = a + bx2 if 0 ? x ? 1 0 otherwise. Suppose also that you are told that E(X) = 3/5. (a) Find a and b. (b) Determine the cdf, F(x), explicilty. Problem 4. The density function of X is given by f(z) = 0 otherwise. Suppose also that you are told that E(X-3/5. (a) Find a and b. b) Determine the cdf, F(r