An exam has 50 multiple choice questions. Each question has five answer options and each question has 2 grades A-. Assuming that "a student" has no prior knowledge and randomly guess on all questions exam,
- Compute the expected mean for the student score
- Compute the standard deviation for the student score
- What is the probability that the student will succeed in the exam if you know the passing grade is 60?
- What is the probability that student will get a zero grade ?? Now assume that all students have no prior knowledge and they all randomly guess on all questions exam : What is the expected success rate? How do you expect the proportion of students who will score less or equal to 20?
If you know that the questions were distributed regularly (uniformly) on the lectures of the course and that another student may submit the exam and only studied Half of the course's lectures but he did the study so thoroughly that he could answer any question from the part he was studying And correctly answered 50% of the exam questions correctly and the rest of the questions he answered Random?
a. What is the expectation of this student's degree?
b. what is the standard deviation of this student's grade?
b. What is the probability that this student will succeed in the exam if you knwo the passing grade is 60?
- for A it is a binomial process with p=1/5 , q=4/5 and n=50 so the expected value is np but * 2 because of 2 grades , the variance is npq also * 2,, for 4 I would use the binomial formula for x= 0 ?? is that correct