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If mean and variance of Y are equal, does y necessarily have Poisson diistribution?

Y =  aX + b  where   x has Poisson distribution

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If mean and variance of Y are equal, does y necessarily have Poisson diistribution?

If mean and variance are equal, Y can have an exponential distribution rather than a Poisson distribution, because the mean and SD are the same. Therefore, if the mean is 1 the SD=1 and variance=SD^2=1. The correlation is a linear relationship and affects the mean for Y: E(Y)=aE(X)+b=µ (or lambda) for Po(µ,Y).  
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A real estate agent claims that there is a difference between the mean household

For sample 1: n1=12, m1=32750, s1=1900, variance, v1=s1^2=3610000 For sample 2: n2=10, m2=31200, s2=1825, v2=s2^2=3330625 Variance of source population=(v1+v2)/((n1-1)+(n2-1))=347031.25, because we're told that it is equal for both samples. We can now estimate the standard deviation S for the sampling distribution = √(V(1/n1+1/n2))=252.2348 approx. The t-score=(m1-m2)/S=(32750-31200)/252.2348=6.145 approx. This tells us that the difference in means is more than 6 standard deviations. The degrees of freedom are n1-1+n2-1=20. The value of over 6 well exceeds the confidence level of 99.9% (critical value for t=1.725 - 2-tail). So the claim is false: there is no significant difference between the income levels.  
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mean # of strokes/hole is 3.3 variance and standard deviation using Poisson distri?

Variance=mean=3.3, SD=sqrt(3.3)=1.82 approx. Poisson probability P(X)=(e^-µ)µ^X/X!, where µ=mean. P(72/18)=P(4)=e^-3.3*3.3^4/4!=0.182 is the probability of averaging 72 in 18 holes. Exclude P(0) in this case because it has no meaning to average zero strokes per hole. Probability of more than 4 strokes per hole is (1-probability of 1, 2, 3 or 4 strokes per hole). Probability of more than 4 strokes per hole is 1-(P(1)+P(2)+P(3)+P(4))= 1-e^-3.3(3.3+3.3^2/2+3.3^3/6+3.3^4/24)= 1-3.3e^-3.3(1+3.3/2+3.3^2/6+3.3^3/24)=0.2743 or 27.43%.
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probabity of 3 chances of a event is 2/3 times the probabity of 4 chances. Find mean & SD

Po(m;x)=e^-m * m^x/x!  symbolises the Poisson probability of x events for a mean m events. When x=3 Po(m;3)=e^-m * m^3/6 and when x=4 Po(m;4)=e^m * m^4/24. Po(m;3)=(2/3)Po(m;4), so m^3/6=(2/3)m^4/24, 1/6=m/36 and m, the mean=36/6=6. In a Poisson distribution the mean and variance are the same, and SD=√variance, so SD=√6=2.4495 approx.
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solve: P(X=3) = (2/3) P(X=4)

In a Poisson distribution, the probability P of x successes is e^-m*m^x/x!, where m is the mean. So if x=3, P=e^-m*m^3/3! and if x=4, P=e^-m*m^4/4!. If P(3)=(2/3)P(4), then m^3/6=(2/3)*m^4/24, so m=3*24/(2*6)=6. The standard deviation=sqrt(variance), and in a Poisson distribution, variance=mean, so SD=sqrt(6)=2.45.
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The random variable X follows a Poisson distribution with standard deviation 2. Find P(X ≤ 3).

In a Poisson distribution, variance=mean, and SD^2=variance, so mean=4. P(X)=e^-m*m^X/X!. P(X<3)=P(0)+P(1)+P(2)+P(3)=e^-4(1+4+16/2+64/6)=71(e^-4)/3=0.4335.
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let the random variable X have a mean of m and variance n^2. define Y=a+bx where a and b are constants satisfying -∞<a<∞ and b>0. select a and b so that Y has a mean of zero and variance equal to one.

Suppose the set of data for X is { Xsub1 Xsub2 Xsub3 ... XsubN }, then m=S(XsubJ)/N where S represents the sum of XsubJ for J=1 to N. But X=(Y-a)/b and XsubJ=(YsubJ-a)/b. Therefore m=S(XsubJ)/N=S((YsubJ-a)/b)/N=S(YsubJ)/N-Na/bN=m'-a/b where m' is the mean of Y. We know that m'=0. m'=m+a/b=0, m=-a/b, and a=-bm. S((XsubJ-m)^2)/N is the variance=n^2. So n^2=S(XsubJ-m)^2/N=S(((YsubJ-a)/b-m)^2)/N= S((YsubJ/b-a/b+a/b)^2/N=S((YsubJ)^2)/Nb^2. Variance of Y=1=S((YsubJ)^2)/N. So n^2=1/b^2 and b^2=1/n^2, b=1/n>0. Therefore, since a=-bm, then a=-m/n. ANSWER: a=-m/n and b=1/n.  
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Pls answer this question for me

I've only just approved your question. But I can begin to answer it. The PDF has an area of 1 because the sum total of all probabilities must be equal to 1. This enables us to find k. ∫f(x)dx=1 between the limits 1 and 4, where f(x)=k(x-1)(4-x)=k(5x-x^2-4). So integrating between the limits we have [5kx^2/2-kx^3/3-4kx]{1,4}= ((5/2)(16-1)-(64-1)/3-4(4-1))k=1 (37.5-21-12)k=1 4.5k=1 so k=1/4.5=2/9 (answer 18C) and f(x)=(2/9)(x-1)(4-x). The mean is given by ∫xf(x)dx{1,4}=∫k(5x^2-x^3-4x)dx between the limits= (2/9)[5x^3/3-x^4/4-2x^2]{1,4}=(2/9)(105-63.75-30)= (2/9)(45/4)=2.5, which is to be expected since the PDF is symmetrical about x=2.5. Mean=2.5 (answer 19C) We need the mean to calculate the variance, the square root of which is the standard deviation. VAR=∫(x-2.5)^2(f(x))dx{1,4} The answer choices for 20 are the same as for 19. This seems suspicious. So the SD may not be listed. I calculate it to be 0.6368. The computation for the variance can be simplified: VAR=∫x^2f(x)dx-5∫xf(x)dx+6.25∫f(x)dx between the limits=∫x^2f(x)dx-5*2.5+6.25=∫x^2f(x)dx-6.25, because we have already computed the integral for the mean and we know ∫f(x)dx=1.  VAR=(2/9)∫(5x^3-x^4-4x^2)dx{1,4}-6.25=(2/9)[5x^4/4-x^5/5-4x^3/3]{1,4}-6.25= (2/9)(599/20)-6.25=599/90-6.25=73/180=0.405556 approx, making SD=√0.405556=0.6368 approx. This is not a listed answer choice for 20.
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find the moment generating function of S to independent random variable?

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C = 7.00 + 0.0742N. where N denotes the number of units, N is modelled as a random variable with mean 600 and variance 250. fine the mean and variance of the charges C in their respective units

N=(C-7.00)/0.0742. Mean of N=S(Nsubj)/n=600, where S is the sum of elements Nsubj for j between 1 and n, where n is the number of elements of N={ N1 N2 N3 ...}. So S(Csubj-7.00)/0.0742n=600=(mean of C)/0.0742-7.00n/0.0742n. (Mean of C)/0.0742=600+7.00/0.0742=694.33962; mean of C=51.52. This is the same as C=7.00+0.0742*600=51.52, just substituting the mean of N for N in the equation. I just showed the logic behind it. The logic for the variance is similar. Var of N = 250=S((Nsubj-600)^2)/n=S(((Csubj-7.00)/0.0742 - 600)^2)/n. 250=S((Csubj-51.52)^2)/0.0742^2n=(var of C)/0.0742^2, so var of C=250*0.0742^2=1.38 approx.
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