Academy of Civil Aviation. Mathematics. KR 5-7

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Academy of Civil Aviation. Mathematics. KR 5-7 Academy of Civil Aviation. Mathematics. KR 5-7

Academy of Civil Aviation. St. Petersburg. Mathematics. Examinations №5-7.
The Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation.
State Civil Aviation Authority.
St. Petersburg. Academy of Civil Aviation.
Mathematics for students of the correspondence department.
Control tasks 5-7. (3rd semester)
Option №2.
E-book (DjVu-file) contains 11 solutions control work tasks (option 2) for students of the Academy of Civil Aviation. Solving problems presented in the form of a scanned handwriting collected into a single document of 16 pages, format A4. This document is stored in a format DjVu, which is open in Internet Explorer after installing utility program (plug-in). Link to download and install DjVu-plugin can be found on the company's homepage LIZARDTECH. DjVu-file that contains the conditions of tasks and their detailed solution completely and ready for viewing on your computer and print.
Topics and number of problems:
VIII. Differential equation (№№ 172, 182, 192, 202).
IX. Rows (№№ 212, 222, 232).
X. Probability theory (№№ 242, 252, 262, 272).
242. In the white box 3 and 7 black balls. One balloon is removed and set aside. What is the probability that the next ball taken will be white if the color of the first unknown.
252. Construct the law of distribution and the distribution function of the number of hits the ball in the basket at the three throws, if the probability of hitting each roll is 0.8.
262. The continuous random variable X is given by the distribution function F (x). Find the probability density, mean and standard deviation of a random variable. Calculate the probability of getting a given random variable in the interval (a; b).
272. The results are given eight independent measurements of the same quantities devices having no systematic errors: 369, 378, 315, 420, 385, 401, 372, 383 m. Determine the unbiased estimate of variance measurement errors if a) the measured length of the base is known and equal to 375 m. b) of the measured length of the base is unknown.
All tasks were successfully offset the teachers of the Academy of Civil Aviation.

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