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# Note for INDE 2333 with Professor Karson at UH test plate example

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Date Created: 02/06/15
Test Plate Example In ceramic insulation analysis a metal test plate is often used to show insulative properties It must have a certain thickness and color quality Suppose a test plate is available and it is to be measured for thickness and color quality Color quality is measured on a scale that goes from 0 poor to 10 perfect Let A be the event quotthickness is greater than 025 inchesquot and let B be the event quotcolor quality is less than 8quot A plate is declared defective and unusable if its thickness is greater than 025 inches or its color quality is less than 8 Therefore if D is the event quottest plate is defectivequot then D A U Band by the addition rule for two events PD PA PB PA n B Records have been kept on the relative frequency of A and PA 003 Records have also been kept on the relative frequency of B and PB 005Therefore PD 03 05 PAmB 08 PAmB At this point to determine PD we need more information 1 If A and B are mutually exclusive then PD008 by aXiom 3 But this assumption makes little physical sense 2 Use the relative frequency of when both A and B occurred as PA m B Alas these records were not kept 3 A multiplication rule for PA m B Conditional probability theory gives us the rule

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