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### Probability_Worksheet_Key

Course: MAT 114, Fall 2008
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114 Probability MAT Worksheet Key 1. All that remains of a bridge mix are 6 soft centers (3 mint creams, 2 orange creams and 1 lemon cream) and 4 hard centers (3 toffees and 1 nut). a. Suppose that one is chosen at random. What is the probability that i. ii. iii. iv. It is a mint cream? 3/10 It is a nut? 1/10 It is a mint cream given that it is a soft center? It is a nut given that it is a soft center? 0 3/6...

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