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# A group of four components is known to contain two ISBN: 9780495110811 47

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Problem 3E

Problem 3E

A group of four components is known to contain two defectives. An inspector tests the components one at a time until the two defectives are located. Once she locates the two defectives, she stops testing, but the second defective is tested to ensure accuracy. Let Y denote the number of the test on which the second defective is found. Find the probability distribution for Y .

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Solution 3E

Step1 of 2:

Let us consider an event ‘D’ be the defective components.

Let event ‘G’ no defective components.

We have 2 defectives out of 4 components.

We need to find the probability distribution for Y.

Step2 of 2:

Let Y denote the number of the test on which the second defective is found and it is given as:

P(both defective are found in the first two inspections) = P(Y = 2)

= P(DD)

= P(Prob. Of first defective) P(Prob.Of

second defective)

= = Hence, P(both defective are found in the first two inspections) = .

Similarly,

For Y = 3, we need to break it into two cases that is GDD and DGD.

P(Y = 3) =  2C1 = (2 )

= Hence, P(Y = 3) = .

Similarly,

For Y = 3, we need to break it into three cases that is GGDD, DGGD, GDGD.

P(Y = 4) =  3C1 = (3 )

= Hence, P(Y = 4) = .

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