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19 Question Homework If the odds are 18 to 5 against success, then the probability of success is: Answer 5/23 = 21.74% 5/18 = 27.78% 5/13 = 38.46% 13/18 = 72.22% 18/23 = 78.26% Question A six sided die (like with a Monopoly or Yahtzee game) is put into a microwave on low power in hopes of making it no longer be fair. The chances of each side are now: P(1)=0.1 P(2)=0.15 P(3)=0.15 P(4)=0.15 P(5)=0.15 P(6)=? What is...

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