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Roderick_April_Unit_4_MM207-05[1] - 169 1 ) 52 4 )( 52 4 =...

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5.1 #10 (a). 81% 3000/2430=0.81 (b). 100-0.81=19% will not germinate (c) yes, they do add up to 1, yes they should , because the total that germinated plus the total of the ones that did not germinate will add up to 3000, 3000/3000=1 (d) yes They are not equally likely. See below 5 pts 5.1 #8 (a). 1,2,3,4,5,6 (b). yes each number has the same chance. (c). 6 4 = 2/3 or 0.67 (d). 6 2 = 1/3 or 0.33 6 pts 5.2 #4 0006 . 0 288 18 001 . 0 288 33 001 . 0 288 30 03 . 0 288 96 025 . 0 288 111 = = = = = See below for answers to 5.2 # 4
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a. 111/288 = 0.39 b. 81/288 = 0.28 c. 237/288 = 0.82 d. 159/288 = 0.55 e. 18/288 = 0.06 6 pts #6 a. yes b. P(1 on green) and 2 on red)=P(1)*P(2)=( 6 1 )( 6 1 )= 36 1 0.028 c. P(2 on green and 1 on red) =P(2)*P(1)=( 6 1 )( 6 1 )= 36 1 0.028 d. P(2 on green and 2 on red) or (2 on green and 1 on red) = 056 . 0 18 1 36 1 36 1 = + 6.82 pts #12 a. yes, because putting the card back in makes the sample space and probabilities remain the same. b. P(3 on the 1 st card) and P(10 on the 2 nd card)=P(3)*P(10)= 169 / 1 ) 52 4 )( 52 4 ( = c. P(10 on the first card) and ( P(3 on the second card)=P(10)-P(3)=(
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Unformatted text preview: 169 1 ) 52 4 )( 52 4 = d. P(10 and 3 in either order) =P(10 on 1 st and 3 on 2 nd ) + P( 3 on the 1 st and 10 on the 2 nd ) = 169 2 ) 169 1 ( ) 169 1 ( = + 6.82 pts #16 a . 110/130=0.846 b . 20/130=0.154 c. 50/70=0.714 d . 20/70=0.286 e .110/200=0.55 f. 20/200=0.1 6.82 pts 5.3 #6 1*3*2*1 = 24 for the order in which to visit the cities, 5 and six are similar because they each find which order to use. 6.82 pts #10 Compute P 8,3 = 336 120 40320 ! 5 ! 8 )! 3 8 ( ! 8 = = =-6.82 pts #14 Compute C 8,3 56 720 40320 )! 5 ( 6 40320 )! 3 8 ( ! 3 ! 8 = = =-6.82 pts #18 P 10,3 = 720 5040 3628800 )! 7 ( ! 10 )! 3 10 ( ! 10 = = =-different combinations 6.82 pts #20 C 6,1 = 6 120 720 )! 1 6 ( ! 1 ! 6 = =-different ways 6.82 pts...
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This note was uploaded on 08/05/2008 for the course MM 207 taught by Professor Hill during the Spring '08 term at Kaplan University.

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