m118midtermfall2006v1

m118midtermfall2006v1 - M118 MIDTERM EXAMINATION OCTOBER...

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M118 MIDTERM EXAMINATION OCTOBER 14, 2006 printed Name: ______________________________________________ Signature: _________________________________________________ Instructor: ___________________ seat number: _____________ INSTRUCTIONS: This exam consists of 25 multiple-choice questions. Each question has one correct answer choice. Indicate your answer choice for each question by placing the appropriate CAPITAL letter in the correct space below. you may write in the test as much as needed, but no credit is given for anything written inside the exam itself. No scrap paper is allowed, and you may use only one-line or two-line scientific calculators. Please keep this cover page attached to your exam. GOOD LUCK! PLEASE USE CAPITAL LETTERS. 1) __________ 14) __________ 2) __________ 15) __________ 3) __________ 16) __________ 4) __________ 17) __________ 5) __________ 18) __________ 6) __________ 19) __________ 7) __________ 20) __________ 8) __________ 21) __________ 9) __________ 22) __________ 10) _________ 23) __________ 11) _________ 24) __________ 12) _________ 25) __________ 13) _________ SCORE: ____________
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PROBLEM 01: There are 100 students waiting in line to get student IDs. Of these, 50 are from Indiana, 45 are freshmen, and 20 are neither freshmen nor from Indiana. How many of the students are freshmen who are not from Indiana? A) 15 D) 65 B) 50 E) 30 C) 35 N) none of the above PROBLEM 02: Nine people are trying out for the next season of American Idle , which has five slots available for contestants. How many different sets of five people can be selected from the nine people available? A) 15,120 D) 84 B) 126 E) 9 5 C) 5 9 N) none of the above PROBLEM 03: Bob Loblaw drives past 4 stoplights on his way to work each morning. Each time he arrives at a stoplight, there is an 80% chance that the stoplight will be red. On a particular morning, what is the probability that exactly three of the four stoplights he passes will be red? A) D) 1 3 ) 8 (. ) 2 (. 4 1 3 ) 2 (. ) 8 (. B) E) 1 3 ) 2 (. ) 8 (. 24 1 3 ) 8 (. ) 2 (. C) N) none of the above 1 3 ) 2 (. ) 8 (. 4
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PROBLEM 04: The supreme court of Leavusalonia consists of 7 Judges, 5 of which are female and 2 of which are male. Three of the judges are randomly selected to play on a beach volleyball team. What is the probability that exactly two of the selected judges
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m118midtermfall2006v1 - M118 MIDTERM EXAMINATION OCTOBER...

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