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Unformatted text preview: 2. translate the problem in terms of probability of the events previously dened 3. Translate the question(s) in terms of those events 4. Solve the problem using 1.2.3. above and properties of probablity, algebra, etc. .. Problem 1: Pb 19 Problem 2. Pb. 21 Problem 3. Pb. 26 Problem 4. Pb. 30 Problem 5. Pb. 51 Problem 6. (similar but independent questions) 1) Problem 63 a) b) 2) Three missiles are red at a target and hit independenlty with probability .7, .8 and .9 respectively. a) What is the probability that the target is hit? b) Bonus (harder question) You oberved that target 1 was hit. What is the probability that missile 1 hit it? What is the probability of the same event if you know that only 1 missile hit it?...
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This note was uploaded on 03/21/2011 for the course STAT 120A taught by Professor Englander during the Summer '09 term at UCSB.
- Summer '09