# ISS (Statistical Services) Statistics Paper I (New 2016 MCQ Pattern): Questions 278 - 282 of 472

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## Question number: 278

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### Question

Suppose we are tossing a fair die. If we say each of these outcomes has probability 1/6 then which perspective of probability are we using?

### Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Classical

b.

Empirical

c.

Classical and Empirical

d.

Question does not provide sufficient data or is vague

## Question number: 279

» Probability » Probability Distributions » Bernoulli

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Consider be a sequence of Bernoulli distribution. Which of the following two statements are correct regarding if any measurable set ?

Statement 1:

Statement 2:

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Only Statement 2 is correct.

b.

Neither Statement 1 nor Statement 2 is correct.

c.

Only Statement 1 is correct.

d.

Both a. and c. are correct

## Question number: 280

» Probability » Probability Distributions » Cauchy

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If has the standard Cauchy distribution and that and . Then satisfy following options:

### Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

It has distribution function

b.

It has pdf

c.

None of the above

d.

All of the above

## Question number: 281

» Probability » Probability Distributions » Poisson

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Suppose 1 in 5000 balls are defective. Let denote the number of defective balls in a group of size 10000. What is the chance that at least 2 of them is defective?

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d.

None of the above

## Question number: 282

» Probability » Probability Distributions » Uniform

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The average number of biscuits a ten-year old child eats per day is uniformly distributed from 2 to 5 biscuits, inclusive. Find the probability that a ten-year old child eats an average of more than three biscuits given that his or her amount is more than 2.5.

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