# Cs116 - Modelling & Simulation - Quiz #4

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• 1.
Based on Practice#4 in Monte Carlo simulation, experimentation on traffic data of 500 samples with 2000 data each, what is the closest expected mean of vehicles “going straight”?
• A.

998.8

• B.

999.2

• C.

1000.3

• D.

1001.5

• E.

1002.1

• 2.
Still based on Practice#4, experimentation on traffic data of 500 samples with 2000 data each, what is the closest expected variance of vehicles “turning right” in that intersection?
• A.

-0.05

• B.

-0.09

• C.

-0.73

• D.

0.73

• E.

0.09

• 3.
• A.

The variance of the four data is 5.33

• B.

The average of the four data is 6

• C.

The variance of the first data is 10

• D.

The recursive time variance of the four data is 2.45

• E.

The variance of the first three data is 8.67

• 4.
Using Monte Carlo experiments of more than 1000 data in tossing a fair dice, what is the closest average of the steady state expected value?
• A.

2.7

• B.

3.5

• C.

3.9

• D.

4.1

• E.

4.25

• 5.
Also based from the previous question, using Monte Carlo experiments of more than 1000 data in tossing a fair dice, what is the closest variance of the steady state expected value?
• A.

1.96

• B.

2.35

• C.

2.92

• D.

3.15

• E.

3.25