Math1313-Review-Test4-S10

Math1313-Review-Test4-S10 - M 1313 Review Test 4 1 Review...

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M 1313 Review Test 4 1 Review for test 4: 1. Let E and F be two events of an experiment, 3 . ) E ( P = and 2 . ) F ( P = , and 35 . ) F E ( P = . Find the following probabilities: a. ) F E ( P b. ) F c E ( P c. ) F | E ( P d. ) E | F ( P c 2. Companies A, B. and C produce 10%, 40% and 50% respectively of the Model II computer. It has been found 1 % from A , 1½ % from B and 2% from C are found to be defective . Find the following probabilities: a. Find the probability of a computer being defective. b. Find the probability of a computer being defective given it came from company C. c. If it s found that a computer is defective, find the probability it came form company A. 3. The odds for rain tomorrow are 2:3. What is the probability of it not raining? 4. The probability of a horse winning is .4. What are the odds of the horse winning?
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M 1313 Review Test 4 2 5. One of 2 bands is chosen at random with equally likely probability then a band member is chosen at random from the chosen band. Band one has 30 boys and 20 girls. Band two has
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