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Midterm Review – Spring 2008 Exercises to Prepare for the Midterm 1. Chapter Review (pages 502 – 505) #’s 13 – 18, 20 – 22 (Review for Section 8.1) #’s 24, 25, 28 – 30 (Review for Section 8.2) #’s 44 – 49, 59 – 64 (Review for Sections 8.3 – 8.5) #’s 72 – 75 (Review for Section 8.6) #’s 77 (a),(b),(e),(f) (Review for Sections 8.4 – 8.5) 2. Additional Probability Review Problems (pages 505 – 506) #’s 1, 2, 5, 12 (Review for Section 8.4 – 8.5) #’s 13, 14, 16 – 19 (Review for Section 8.6) 3. Section 8.4: #23. Draw a Venn diagram and do the following additional parts of the exercise: (e) P ( Y | Z ) (f) P ( Z | Y ) (g) P ( Y | Z ) 4. Section 8.5: #’s 34 – 41, 60 – 61 5. Section 8.6: #25 with the following additional parts (i)—(vi) below. (Do parts (i)—(vi) using a tree diagram and then do parts (a), (b), and (c) in the text.) Find the probability that a woman in the U.S. (i) tests positive and has cancer (ii) tests positive and does not have cancer (iii) tests negative and has cancer (iv) tests negative and does not have cancer
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Unformatted text preview: (v) tests positive (vi) tests negative MTH U115 Exercises to Prepare for the Midterm, Spring 2008 2 6. Section 9.2: #’s 26, 31, 33 (a), 42, 55, 56, 62, 68 7. Section 9.3: #’s 7 – 19, 28 –30 8. On a recent trip to Egypt eight Northeastern students and two professors met with three local politicians. After the meeting everyone lined up in a single row to have a picture taken. How many different ways could the people line up? (a) if there are no restrictions on how people line up? (b) if the students are grouped together; the professors are grouped together, and the local politicians are grouped together? 9. Pepe’s Pizza Parlor has eleven different toppings that can be added to their basic cheese pizza. (a) How many different pizza orders are possible by choosing exactly three of the top-pings? (b) How many different pizza orders are possible by choosing some, all, or none of the toppings?...
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