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Unformatted text preview: 10 . If A and B are independent events, and if P ( A ) = s and P ( B ) = t , compute the value of P ( A \ B ) . 11 . If A and B are events, and if P ( A \ B ) = c and if P ( B ) = d , compute P ( A j B ) . 12 . Suppose P ( D ) = e . Compute P ( D c ) . 1 13 . Suppose A and B are independent events, where P ( A ) = u and P ( B ) = v . Compute P ( A \ B c ) . 14 . Suppose a box contains m + n + q tags. m of the tags are numbered a , n of the tags are numbered b and q of the tags are numbered c . A tag is drawn at random from the box. Let X denote the number on the tag drawn. ( i ) What is the range of X ? ( ii ) Find P ([ X = x ]) for all values of x in range ( X / ) . 15 . An urn contains three rags, numbered a , b and c . One selects 2 tags at random from the three. Let Z denote the sum of the numbers on the two tags selected. Find P ([ Z = z ]) for all values of z in range ( Z ) . 2...
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This note was uploaded on 06/10/2008 for the course MATH 7 taught by Professor Tucker during the Spring '08 term at UC Irvine.
 Spring '08
 TUCKER
 Math, Statistics

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