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# Q3.(a). The thickness of a particular companyâ€™s glass sheets,say company A, produced by a certain processare normally distributed with mean ðœ‡ = 5.0 m...

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###### Q3.(a). The thickness of a particular companyâ€™s glass sheets,say company A, produced by a certain processare normally distributed with mean ðœ‡ = 5.0 mm and variance ðœŽ2 =0.25 mm. Suppose the thickness ofanother particular companyâ€™s glass sheets, say company B, producedby a similar process are also normallydistributed with mean ðœ‡âˆ— = 10 mm and variance ðœŽ2âˆ— = 0.25â¡mm.i. Sketch roughly their pdfs in a single graph. Don't sketch twograph separately.ii. What is the probability

Q3.(a). The thickness of a particular companyâ€™s glass sheets, say company A, produced by a certain process are normally distributed with mean ðœ‡ = 5.0 mm and variance ðœŽ2 = 0.25 mm. Suppose the thickness of another particular companyâ€™s glass sheets, say company B, produced by a similar process are also normally distributed with mean ðœ‡âˆ— = 10 mm and variance ðœŽ2âˆ— = 0.25â¡mm. i. Sketch roughly their pdfs in a single graph. Don't sketch two graph separately. ii. What is the probability that a glass sheet produced by company A is thicker than 4.5 mm? Calculate in details. Q.3. (b) The SD of a particular type of 10-mg tablets is 1 mg, while the SD of another type of 50-mg tablets is 2 mg. Which type of tablets has more variability? Show the calculation & Justify your answer by calculating standard deviation which indicates the variation of the mean value. #### Similar Solved Questions

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