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In a survey, some of the questions concern sensitive issues (e.g., income, drug use, sexual experiences). As a result, some respondents do not answer the questions truthfully. Suppose that 30% of the members of a particular population had incomes over $100,000 last year. A random sample ofn= 10 members of this population is taken, and each person in the sample is asked “Was your income over $100,000 last year?” If a person really had an income over $100,000, the probability that he or she will give a truthful answer to this question is 0.7. If a person’s income wasnotover $100,000, the probability that he or she will give a truthful answer is 0.9.

(a)Find the probability distribution ofX, the number of people in the sample who had incomes over $100,000 last year.

(b)Find the probability distribution ofY, the number of “yes” answers to the question in the sample of size 10.

(c)Find the probability distribution ofT, the number of truthful answers from the 10 respondents.

(d)Given the answer “Yes, my income was over $100,000,” what is the probability that the income of this person was, indeed, over $100,000? Similarly, given the answer “No, my income was not over $100,000,” what is the probability that the income of this person was, indeed, below $100,000?