HW2 AnsPage - by each other is roughly 0.3706 which is not...

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Picon, Renee STAT 3331 Section 11052 HW 2 1. 0.6462 .1449 2. 0.4290 3. 0.3434 .3572 4. 0.4133 5. 0.3578, If two events are mutually exclusive, the probability of the intersection would equal zero. However, the intersection probability of these two events equals roughly 0.3578, therefore they are not mutually exclusive. 6. 0.8711 7. 0.3674 .3867 8. 0.3867, If independent, then P(A and B) = P(A) * P(B). The probability of both events multiplied
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Unformatted text preview: by each other is roughly 0.3706 which is not equal to the intersection probability of 0.3867, therefore they are dependent events. 9. 0.5538 .6237 10. 0.1467 11. 0.5981 Picon, Renee STAT 3331 Section 11052 HW 2 Count of Population Region Population 1 2 3 4 Grand Total 1 11 20 16 19 66 2 55 61 42 28 186 3 73 34 67 24 198 Grand Total 139 115 125 71 450...
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