ChE253K Spring09 HW06 Solutions.Rev01

# ChE253K Spring09 HW06 Solutions.Rev01 - ChE 253K Applied...

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ChE 253K -- Applied Statistics -- Homework 06 1. Addition, Multiplication and Complement Rules for Probability 1 Point. (a) . .. chance that a randomly selected M&Ms will be either red or blue? 1 Point. (b) Please calculate the "incalculable odds" of winning the lottery twice 1 Point. (c) What is the probability that a pet is not a dog or a ferret? 2. Axioms of Probability (Text Problem 4.3. See the Example on p. 103-4.) 3. Multiplication of Choices 3 Points. How many different codon words ? 4. Permutations and Combinations 2 Points. (a) Rank them 1st, 2nd and 3rd 2 Points. (b) Select the three best, unordered 5. Permutations and Combinations 5 Points. (a) How many different "Day-Groups" can be devised? (b) Please determine how many different teams can be devised. 6. Bernoulli Trials and Binomial Distribution 2 Points. (a) Use the binomial probability function (Text p. 107) 2 Points. (b) Use the cumulative binomial probability table (Text p. 576) 2 Points. (c) Briefly explain why this survey is a Bernoulli trial. 7. Binomial Dist'n Application (Text Problem 4.17. See the Example on p. 107, but use Table 1.) 2 Points. (a) 2 Points. (b) Total: 25 Points

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1. Addition, Multiplication and Complement Rules for Probability (a) If a bag of M&Ms has 6 red, 4 blue, 4 green, 7 yellow, 24 orange (this is UT!) and 1 brown, what is the chance that a randomly selected M&Ms will be either red or blue?
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## This note was uploaded on 02/25/2010 for the course CHE 253k taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.

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ChE253K Spring09 HW06 Solutions.Rev01 - ChE 253K Applied...

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