Math_302_Stat_302_April_2005 - April 2005 MATH 302 Section...

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April 2005 MATH 302 Section 201 Name: 1 1) A poker hand consist of 5 cards out of a deck of 52. a) What is the probability of a Full House , that is, three cards of one denomination and two cards of a second denomination. [5] b) What is the probability of One Pair , that is, two cards from one denomination, with the third, fourth and fifth card from a second, third, and fourth denomina- tion, respectively: for example two 8’s, a king, a queen and a 4. [5]
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April 2005 MATH 302 Section 201 Name: 2 2) Mrs Smith travels from Berlin to Vancouver via Frankfurt and Calgary. There is a 5% chance that her luggage is left behind in Berlin. If it is not left behind in Berlin, there is a 7% chance that it is left behind in Frankfurt. If it not left behind in Berlin or Frankfurt, there is a 10% chance that it is left behind in Calgary. a) What is the probability that she can claim her luggage in Vancouver? [5] b) Suppose that her luggage was left behind. What is the probability that it was left behind in Calgary? [5]
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This note was uploaded on 01/23/2011 for the course MATH 100,200,30 taught by Professor Dr.alejandrocortas during the Winter '10 term at The University of British Columbia.

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