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QUESTION
A man travels to work by train and bus. His train is due to
arrive at 08.45 and the bus he hopes to catch is due at 08.48.
The time of arrival of the train has a normal distribution with
mean 08.44 and standard deviation 2 mins; the departure time of
the bus is independently normally distributed with standard
deviation 1 minute. Calculate the probabilities that:
\begin{description}
\item[(i)]
the train is late,
\item[(ii)]
the bus departs before the train arrives,
\item[(iii)]
in a period of 5 days there are at least 3 days on which the
bus departs before the train arrives.
\end{description}
ANSWER
\begin{description}
\item[(i)]
The train is late if it arrives after 08.45, i.e. more than
one minute after the mean.P(Late)$=1-\Phi
(\frac{1}{2})=0.3085$
\item[(ii)]
$T\sim N(08.44,2^2),\ \ B\sim N(08.48,1^2)\\
P(B