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Ch 6 Review Key p3 - Suppose you are given a standard...

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Unformatted text preview: Suppose you are given a standard 6—sided die and told that the die is “loaded” in such a way that while the numbers 1, 3, 4, and 6 are equally likely to turn up, the numbers 2 and 5 are three times as likely to turn up as any of the other numbers. 13. The die is rolled once and the number turning up is observed. Use the information given I above to fill in the following table: (ox : ,1 '54 ,z -x ”Bx K A? 'Kro Outcome 1 2 3 4 5 6 Probability .1 .3 .i ,l , '3 . l 14. Let A be the event: the number rolled is a prime number (a number is prime if its only factors are 1 and the number itself; note that 1 is not prime). List the outcomes in A and find P(A). A; 67/3/53 @145: ,34‘ .f H3 :6 15. Let B be the event: the number rolled is an even number. List the outcomes in B, and find 8: gm; \ 16. Are events A and B disjoint? Explain briefly. r20, 2 75 in both geeky» *koSMeJq/EJL fl-v2' 17. Determine if events A and B are independent. (901.1 8): 7C2) ‘1 3 (DOLLWE) : e7'.S—: .35— ¢ . 3 'r‘uz‘: HM) we m9+ :praehk I ...
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