The frequency response H(f) of a linear time-invariant system has magnitude as shown in the figure.

Statement I : The system is necessarily a pure delay system for inputs which are bandlimited to $$-$$$$\alpha$$ $$\le$$ f $$\le$$ $$\alpha$$.

Statement II : For any wide-sense stationary input process with power spectral density S_{X}(f), the output power spectral density S_{Y}(f) obeys S_{Y}(f) = S_{X}(f) for $$-$$$$\alpha$$ $$\le$$ f $$\le$$ $$\alpha$$.

Which one of the following combinations is true?

Consider a real valued source whose samples are independent and identically distributed random variables with the probability density function, f(x), as shown in the figure.

Consider a 1 bit quantizer that maps positive samples to value $$\alpha$$ and others to value $$\beta$$. If $$\alpha$$* and $$\beta$$* are the respective choices for $$\alpha$$ and $$\beta$$ that minimize the mean square quantization error, then ($$\alpha$$* $$-$$ $$\beta$$*) = ___________ (rounded off to two decimal places).

x(t) = U + Vt.

Where U is a zero mean Gaussian random variable and V is a random variable uniformly distributed between 0 and 2. Assume that U and V are statistically independent. The mean value of the random process at t = 2 is _________________