2010-02-12_060910_How_many_ways_can_an_EMT_union_committee_of_5_be_chosen_from_25_EMTs

# 2010-02-12_060910_How_many_ways_can_an_EMT_union_committee_of_5_be_chosen_from_25_EMTs

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Unformatted text preview: How many ways can an EMT union committee of 5 be chosen from 25 EMTs? Which of the following cannot be a probability? 0 -49 0.001 14% -49 is not a probability. A probability always lies between 0 and 1. List the sample space for dealing only clubs from a deck of cards What is the probability of choosing a face card (jack, queen, or king) on the second draw if the first draw was a king (without replacement)? After the first card is drawn, there are 52-1 =51 cards in the deck. The number of face cards = 12-1=11 So the required probability = 11/51 A health class has 23 women and 18 men. If a student is chosen randomly to be the team leader, what is the probability the student is a woman? Number of students = 23 + 18 = 41 Number of women = 23 Required probability = 23/41 Compute the following: 3! (0! * 3!) 3! (0! * 3!) =3! (1 * 3!) = 3! 3! = 13!...
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## This note was uploaded on 10/09/2010 for the course MATH 2010 taught by Professor Mam during the Spring '10 term at Acadia.

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2010-02-12_060910_How_many_ways_can_an_EMT_union_committee_of_5_be_chosen_from_25_EMTs

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