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# PROBABILITY STAT430

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Date Created: 09/28/15
STAT 430510 Probability Hui Nie Lecture 9 June 91h 2009 Review 0 Discrete Random Variables 0 Expected Value and Variance o Binomial Random Variable o Poisson Random Variable Geometric Random Variable o X is said to be a geometric random variable with parameter p it its pml is given by PXn1ipquot p n12 o X represent the number of trials until getting one success Each trial is independent with success probability p Example 0 Xnumber of tosses of a fair coin until getting a head The pmt of X is PX n 05 1 x 05 o X is a geometric random variable with parameter 05 Example 0 An urn contains N white and M black balls Balls are randomly selected one at a time until a black ball is obtained If we assume that each selected ball is replaced before the next one is drawn what is the probability that a Exactly n draws are needed b At least k draws are needed Example Solution 0 Let Xnumber of draws needed Then X is a geometric random variable with p MM N Thus M MN 7 1 n1 MN MN MNquot PX 2 k 2 PX n 7M1 NW1 nk Mean and Variance If X is a geometric random variable with parameter p o EX l9 0 EX2 2ng o VarX 1 Negative Binomial Random Variable o X is called a negative binomial random variable with parameters r p it its pml is given by PX n p391ipquotnnr7r17 o X represent the number of trials until a total of r successes is accumulated Again each trial is independent with success probability p Mean and Variance If X is a negative binomial rv with parameters r p o EX lg 2 7 1 o EXii 71 o VarX Hypergeometric Random Variable o X is called a hypergeometric random variable with parameter n N m if its pml is given by Paow io1n I o X represent the number of white balls that you get if you draw 17 out of N balls of which m are white balls Mean and Variance If X is a hypergeometric rv with parameters 17 N m o Em 0 EX21 quotquot i 1 o Varm quot NE 1 7 Expected Value of Sums of Random Variables 0 Proposition For random variables X1 X2 Xn HEX1 Z EXi i1 i1 Example 0 Find the expected value of the sum obtained when n fair dice are rolled 0 Let Xbethe sum 0 let Y be the upturned valueon die i EX HZ Yi 271 EY 35quot Example o Toss a fair coin until at least one head and one tail has been seen Let N be the number of times a selection is made Calculate EN Method of Indicators 0 For any event A the indicator of A IA equals to 1 if A occurs and 0 otherwise 0 The expected value of IA is the probability of A E A PM o If X is the number of events that occur among some collection of events A A then EX PA1 PAn Example 0 Suppose that we want to match 10 couples into 10 pairs What is the expected number of husbands that will be paired with their wives 0 Let X be the number of husbands that will be paired with their wives e Let I be the indicator whether ith husband is matched with his wife EXEZ21ii 215 2211 Expected Value of Functions of FLV o If EX2 1 EY2 2 EXY 1 calculate EX YX72Y EX YX 7 2Y 7 EX2 XY7 2XY7 232 7 EX2 7 EXY 7 2502 74

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