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Assume the probability is E that a child born is a boy. If a family has three children, what is the
probability that they have a) exactly one boy? b) at most two boys? a) The probability ofgeﬂing exactly one boy is «H. «I: o o o o o e a o o w in H» QuestiooiSEF Exerciseﬁmre: III cn‘ 3 p15 Assignmntﬁmre: 0% [III cn‘ EIZI p15) Illan 21} cumplete E An indiviciual can be classiﬁed by gender as male, female, by hair color as black blonde, brown,
red, milmown, and by eye color as black brown, green, hazel. a} How many diHereiit classiﬁcations are possible {for example, male, with black hair, and hazel
eyes)? There are D different classiﬁcations. «u. «r o o e o o e o e o a s m 35.23 Emrljseﬁmre: III crf 3 p13 Assignmntﬁmre: 0% {III at EU p13} “Infill camplate ﬂ A. pea plant must have exactly one of each of the following pairs of traits: short {s} or tall {t}=
yellow (y) or green (g) peas {for example, short and yellow peas). {:1} How many different classiﬁcations of pea plants are possible? : classiﬁcations a. q: o o e o o e o e a o 1 » (Josefina.3535 Exercise 5:an: III EFF 3 p15 Assignmntﬁmre: 0% [III EFF ED p15} {IIIF 21} cumplete ﬂ The probability that a heat—seeking torpedo will hit its target is {1.2. If the ﬁrst torpedo hits its
target, the probability that the second torpedo will hit the target increases to {1.3 because of the
extra heat generated by the ﬁrst explosion. If two heat—seeking torpedoes are ﬁred at a target=
determine the probability that neither hits the target. The probability that neither hits the target is {Type an integer or a decimal.) {Hoeeooeeooo 1"» EKEHIISE Scare: III of 3 p15 Assignment: Scare: Ellii: [III of ED p15) ﬂnF It} complete a Certain birth defects and syndromes are polygenetic in nature. 'I‘ypically= the chance that an offspring will be born with a polygenetic afﬂiction is small. However, once an offspring is born with the afﬂiction, the probability that future offspring of the same parents will be born with the
same afﬂiction increases. Let's assume that the probability of a child being born with afﬂiction A is ﬂﬂﬂi. Ifa child is born with this afﬂiction, the probability ofa future child being born with the same afﬂiction becomes {102. Are the events ofthe births of two children in the same family with afﬂiction A independent?
(:1 No (j Yes ...
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2011 for the course MATH 150 taught by Professor N/a during the Spring '11 term at Kaplan University.
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