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# Test: Theoretical Distributions- 6

## 40 Questions MCQ Test Quantitative Aptitude for CA CPT | Test: Theoretical Distributions- 6

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### If X and Y are 2 independent  normal variables with mean as 10 and 12 and SD as 3 and 4, then (X + Y) is normal distribution with

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If the points of inflexion of a normal curve are 40 and 60 respectively, then its mean deviation is

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For a Poisson variate X, P(X = 1) = P (X = 2). What is the mean of X?

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If it known that the probability of a missile hitting a target is 1/8, what is the probability that out of 10 missiles fired, at least 2 will hit the target?

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If the two quartiles of N (µ , σ2) are 14.6 and 25.4 respectively, what is the standard deviation of the distribution?

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If 1 percent of an airline's flights suffer a minor equipment failure in an aircraft, what is the probability that there will be exactly that  there will be exactly two such failures in the next 100 such flights?

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If the Ist quartile and mean deviation about median of a normal distribution are 13.25 and 8 respectively, then the mode of the distribution is

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X is a binomial variable such that 2 P(X = 2) = P( x = 2) and mean of X is known to be 10/3. What would be the probability that X assumes at most the value 2?

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If the mean deviation of a normal variable is 16, what is its quartile deviation?

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If the quartile deviation of a normal curve is 4.05, then its mean deviation is

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What is the probability of getting 3 heads if 6 unbiased coins are tossed simultaneously?

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What is the standard deivation of the number of recoveries among 48 patients when the probability of recovering os 0.75?

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If a variate X has has, mean > variance, then its distribution will be_______.

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If x is a binomial variate with parameter 15 and 1/3, what is the value of mode of the distribution

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What is the number of trials of a binomial distribution having mean and SD as 3 and 1.5 respectively?

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If X ~ P (m) and its coefficient of variation is 50, what is the probability that X would assume only non-zero values?

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If the standard deviation of a Poisson variate X is 2, what is P (1.5 < X < 2.9)?

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If the mean of a Poisson variable X is 1, what is P(X = takes the value at least 1)?

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X is a binomial variable with n = 20. What is the mean of X if it known that x is symmetric

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What is the probability of making 3 correct guesses in 5 True-False answer type question?

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If 1.5 per cent of items produced by a manufcaturing units are known to be defective, what is the probability that a sample of 200 items would contain no defective item?

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5,000 students were appeared in an examination. The mean of marks was 39.5 with a Standard Deviation 12.5 marks. Assuming the distribution to be normal, find the number of students recorded more than 60% marks.Given: When Z = 1.64, aREA OF NORMAL CURVE = 0.4495

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If the overall percentage of success in an exam is 60, what si the probability that out of a group of 4 students, at least one has passed?

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In a certain Poisson frequency distributionn, the probability corresponding to two successes is half the probability corresponding to three successes.The mean of the distribution is

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For Poisson Distribution:

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In a normal distribution quartile deviation is 6, the standard deviation will be

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An approximate relation between quartile deviation (QD) and standard deviation (S.D) of normal distribution is:

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In a binomial Distribution with 5 independent trials, probability of 2 and 3 successes are 0.4362 and 0.2181 respectively. Parameter 'p' of the binomial distribution is:

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Which of the following is not a characteristic of a normal probability distribution?

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The mode of the Binomial Distribution for which the mean is 4 and variance 3 is equal to?

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For binomial distribution

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If a random variable x follows Poisson distribution such such that E(x) = 30, then the variance of the distribution is

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If parameters of a binomial distribution are n and p then, this distribution tends to a Poisson distribution when

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In a Normal Distribution

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The results od ODI matches between India and Pakistan follows

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The mean deviation about median of a standard normal variate is

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The interval (μ-3σ, μ+3σ) covers:

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The quartile deviation of a normal distribution with mean 10 and SD 4 is

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