HW2 - Online EE 131A Homework#2 Due Oct 13th Read Leon-Garcia 3rd ed Chap 2(pp 4766 Fall 2010 K Yao 1 From among ten employees three are to be

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Online EE 131A Homework #2 Fall 2010 Due Oct 13 th K. Yao Read Leon-Garcia, 3rd ed. Chap. 2 (pp. 47–66) 1. From among ten employees, three are to be selected for travel to three out-of-town plants, A, B, and C, one to each plant. Since the plants are in different cities, the order of assigning the employees to the plants is an important consideration. In how many ways can the assignments be made ? 2. An assembly in a manufacturing plant involves four steps, which can be performed in any order. If the manufacturer wishes to compare experimentally the assembly times for each possible ordering of the steps, how many orderings can the experiments be conducted? 3. In Problem 1, suppose that any three employees can be selected from the ten to go to the same plant. In how many ways can this group of three employees be selected? 4. An experiment involves selecting randomly the numbers from 1 to 30 inclusive. Define the the following events: E = { even numbers from 1 to 30 inclusive } ; O = { odd numbers from
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HW2 - Online EE 131A Homework#2 Due Oct 13th Read Leon-Garcia 3rd ed Chap 2(pp 4766 Fall 2010 K Yao 1 From among ten employees three are to be

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