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Chapter 5+6 Practice Test

# Chapter 5+6 Practice Test - Chapter 5-6 Test Review...

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Chapter 5-6 Test Review December 8, 2008 Remember that to receive credit on any free response question on the test you have to show your methods and reasoning. You should also make sure that you read over your notes for chapters 5 and 6 before the test. 1. What is the probability that you draw five cards from a normal deck of cards (without replacement) and get no hearts? 2. Assume you are designing an experiment to test three new brake pad designs for automobile brakes. You are trying to determine which of the new brake pads is the most effective. Include as much detail as possible. 3. A box contains six red tags numbered 1 through 6 and four white tags numbered 1 through 4. One tag is drawn at random. (a) Write the sample space for this experiment. Calculate the following probabilities: (b) P (red) (c) P (even number) (d) P (red and even) (e) P (red or even) (f) P (neither red nor even) (g) P (even | red) (h) P (red | even) (i) P ( <4 | odd) 4. Suppose that for a group of consumers, the probability of eating pretzels is 0.75 and that the probability of drinking Coke is 0.65. Further suppose that the probability of

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