Practice Exam 1

# Practice Exam 1 - Practice Exam 1 Covering Chapters 1, 2...

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Practice Exam 1 Covering Chapters 1, 2 and 3 of Navidi Reminder: This does not cover all possible problems, it is just examples of types of problems that could be on the test. 1. How many different 7 digit phone numbers can be formed if the first digit cannot be a zero? 2. A personnel director for a corporation has hired ten new engineers. If three (distinctly different) positions are open at a Cleveland plant, in how many ways can she fill the positions? 3. From a survey of 60 students attending a university, it was found that 9 were living off campus, 36 were undergraduates, and 3 were undergraduates living off campus. a. Find the number of these students who were undergraduates, were living off campus, or both. b. Find the number of these students who were undergraduates living on campus.

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4. A track star runs two races on certain day. The probability that he wins the first race is 0.7, the probability that he wins the second race is 0.6, and the probability that he wins both races is 0.5.
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## This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course MATH 4030 taught by Professor Barnet during the Spring '08 term at Wisc Platteville.

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Practice Exam 1 - Practice Exam 1 Covering Chapters 1, 2...

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