Random process is a function of time and the outcomes of a random experiment. There are four types of random process. Define i Continuous time random process 2 Discrete random process. In Continuous random process, X and Time set T are continuous. The maximum temperature of a place at 0,t. In discrete random process, X is.
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If A and B are independent events, prove that A and B are also independent events. Find the cumulative distribution function F x corresponding to the 1 1 p.
The joint p. State the central limit theorem for independent and identically distributed random variables. Show that if a random process X t is wide sense stationary, then it must also be covariance stationary. Find the stationary probabilities of the chain.
Establish the relation between hazard function and reliability function. Find the probability that an arriving customer is forced to join the queue. F n t is the n—fold convolution of F t with itself.
Two balls are drawn successively from the box without replacement and it is noted that the second one is white. What is the probability that the first is also white?
Find the p. Determine the moment Generating function of X and hence find variance of X. X Find the p. If so, what is the period? Find the average number of customer L S , the average waiting time a customer spends in the shop WS and the average time a customer spends in the waiting for service Wq. The arrival rate and the service rate follow Poisson distribution. The number of parking space for cars is only 4.
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If 3 students are taken at random from this set Find the probability that exactly 2 of them will have marks over 70? Two balls are drawn at random from the bag and they are noted to be white. What is the change that all balls in the bag are white? Find the percentage of students who have got first class and second class. Assume normal distribution of marks.
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