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Math
351
W.
T. Kiley
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dice.
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the probabilities
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b)
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5 cards,
without replacement.
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the probabirities
that:
exactly one is a heart; b) at
least one
is a
heart.
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A_
famity
has
2 children.
Find
the probability that both are boys,
given
rhat:

a) the youngest is a boy; b) at
l_east one
is a boyrT
4)
B=
t(6,6),rc,8)1
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4.
Room
A contains
2
women and
5 men.
Room
B contajns
?
women and
3
men.
llul
Find
the probability that
you choose
a woman.
if
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This note was uploaded on 10/27/2010 for the course MATH 351 taught by Professor Moumen,f during the Spring '08 term at George Mason.
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