Unformatted text preview: 2. A particular class has had a history of low attendance. The annoyed professor decides that she will not lecture unless at least k of the n students enrolled in the class are present. Each student will independently show up with probability p g if the weather is good, and with probability p b if the weather is bad. Given the probability of bad weather on a given day as p , calculate the probability that the professor will teach her class on that day. Solution: Let A be the event that the professor teaches her class, and let B be the event that the weather is bad....
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- Spring '11
- Probability, Probability theory, Mississippi