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Unformatted text preview: ENEE 324 ASSIGNMENT 6 Due Thu 09/24 In any given morning, I’ll have a muﬃn with probability 0.5, a bagel with probability 0.3 and nothing at all with probability 0.2. My choices vary independently from day to day. (i) (4 pts.) Compute the probability that I will have four muﬃns in the next seven mornings. (ii) (4 pts.) Compute the probability that I will have four muﬃns and two bagels in the next seven mornings. (iii) (4 pts.) Given that I ate something in six out of the last seven mornings, what is the probability that I had exactly four muﬃns? (iv) (4 pts.) (More diﬃcult ) Given that I ate something in ﬁve out of the last seven mornings, what is the probability that I had three muﬃns in the ﬁrst four mornings? (v) (4 pts.) Starting tomorrow, how likely is it that I will have a bagel before I have a muﬃn (in the morning)? ...
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This note was uploaded on 03/21/2010 for the course ENEE 324 taught by Professor Ephrimedes during the Fall '05 term at Maryland.
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