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1.1/1 points| Previous AnswersWaneFM6 7.3.002.Ask Your TeacherMy NotesQuestion PartPointsSubmissions UsedComplete the following probability distribution table and then calculate the stated probabilities. HINT [See Quick Example 5.]OutcomeabcdeProbability0.1.1 0.10.640.10.06(a) P({a, c, e})P({a, c, e}) = .8 0.8(b) P(EF), where E= {a, c, e} and F= {b, c, e}P(EF) = .9 0.9(c) P(E'), where Eis as in part (b)P(E') = .2 0.2
(d) P(EF ), where Eand Fare as in part (b)P(EF) = .7
2.1/1 points| Previous AnswersWaneFM6 7.3.011.Ask Your TeacherMy NotesAn experiment is given together with an event. Find the (modeled) probability of each event,assuming that the coins are distinguishable and fair, and that what is observed are the facesuppermost.Three coins are tossed; the result is at most one tail.1/2 1/23.1/1 points| Previous AnswersWaneFM6 7.3.013.Ask Your TeacherMy Notes

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