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AP Statistics Chapter 5 Section 3
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Chance Toss coin 10 times. What is the likelihood of a run of 3 or more consecutive heads or tails? A couple plans to have children until they have a girl or until they have 4 children, whichever comes first. What are the chances that they will have a girl among their children? An airline knows from past experience that a certain % of customers who have purchased tickets will not show up to board the airplane. If the airline “overbooks” a particular flight, what are the chances that the airline will encounter more ticketed passengers than they have seats for?
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Look into the future… Start with a model that , in some fashion, reflects the truth about the experiment, and then develop a procedure for imitating – or simulating – a number of repetitions of the experiment. REALLY GOOD FOR AP EXAM!
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What is the probability that a couple will have a girl among their first four children? 1 – girl
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2011 for the course MATH 1070 taught by Professor Akbas during the Fall '08 term at Georgia State University, Atlanta.

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