01-f96-q6 - 4 points 4) How many committees are possible if...

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Instructor: Prof. A. Suciu Name: MTH 1101 — QUIZ 6 — FALL 1996 Instructions : Put your name in the blanks above. Put your fnal answers to each question in the designated spaces on these test pages. Show your work—iF there is not enough room, use the back oF the page. 1) Compute: 2 points a) C (7 , 4) + C (6 , 2) = b) C (1000 , 600) C (1000 , 400) = 2) A library wants to buy enough language dictionaries so a person will be able to look up a word in Greek, Latin, French, Spanish, German, Russian, or English and ±nd its translation into any of the other languages. How many dictionaries does the library need if each of the dictionaries translates back and forth between two languages? 4 points 3) How many committees are possible if a committee consists of three of the people Daniel, Katherine, Kimberly, Michael, and Sophia?
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Unformatted text preview: 4 points 4) How many committees are possible if a committee is obtained by choosing 2 of 10 faculty, and 3 of 20 students? 5 points PROF. A. SUCIU MTH 1101 — QUIZ 6 FALL 1996 5) There are 5 rotten apples in a crate of 25 apples. How many samples of 4 of the 25 apples contain 6 points a) Only good apples? b) 3 good apples and 1 rotten apple? 6) Grumpy, Sleepy, Dopey, Doc, Happy, Sneezy and Bashful have thrown their caps into a bin. A young woman friend chooses two caps from the bin. Find the sample space for this experiment. 3 points 7) A penny is tossed 4 times. Find the sample space of this experiment, if: 6 points a) We observe whether heads or tails came up. b) We observe the di±erence between the number of heads and the number of tails....
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