Chapter 15 HW - c.) Traveling to Mexico or Canada is...

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Chapter 15: Probability Rules! 15.HE.A: Page 404, # 8 a.) The probability of a pet being male given that it is a cat is 33% b.) The probability of a pet is a cat, given that it is a female is 43% c.) The probability of a pet being female, given that it is a dog is 33% 15.HE.B: Page 406, # 22 a.) The probability of someone who traveled to Mexico and also visited Canada also is .13 b.) Traveling to Mexico and Canada are not disjoint because you can travel to both.
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Unformatted text preview: c.) Traveling to Mexico or Canada is independent because it doesnt affect the outcome. 15.HE.C: Page 407, # 42 a.) The percentage of ticket holders that are no-shows are 35% b.) The probability of a no-show that had an advance ticket is 5% c.) Being a no-show is not independent because it changes the probability of being a no show if you have a regular ticket or an advanced ticket...
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This note was uploaded on 12/05/2010 for the course BUS BUS taught by Professor Fox during the Fall '10 term at University of Baltimore.

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