46480119-STA-206-Chapter-4-Exercises

46480119-STA-206-Chapter-4-Exercises - HW 4 Chapter 4 Sta...

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HW 4 Chapter 4 Sta 206 Page 1 of 16 Section 4-2 10. A probability experiment is conducted. Which of these cannot be considered a probability of an outcome? a. 3 1 b. - 5 1 c. 0.80 d. -0.59 e. 0 f. 1.45 g. 1 h. 33% i. 112% 13. If two dice are rolled one time, find the probability of getting these results. a. A sum of 6 b. Doubles c. A sum of 7 or 11 d. A sum greater than 9 e. A sum less than or equal to 4
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HW 4 Chapter 4 Sta 206 Page 2 of 16 14. If one card is drawn from a deck, find the probability of getting these results. a. An ace b. A diamond c. An ace of diamonds d. A 4 or a 6 e. A 4 or a club f. A 6 or a spade g. A heart or a club h. A red queen i. A red card or a 7 j. A black card and a 10
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HW 4 Chapter 4 Sta 206 Page 3 of 16 15. A shopping mall has set up a promotion as follows. With any mall purchase, the customer gets to spin the wheel shown here. If the number 1 comes up, the customer wins $10. If the number 2 comes up, the customer wins $5, and if the number 3 or 4 comes up, the customer wins a discount coupon. Find the following probabilities. a. The customer wins $10. b. The customer wins money. c. The customer wins a coupon. 21. A couple has three children. Find each probability. a. All boys b. All girls or all boys c. Exactly two boys or two girls d. At least one child of each gender
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HW 4 Chapter 4 Sta 206 Page 4 of 16 31. A box contains a $1 bill, a $5 bill, a $10 bill, and a $20 bill. A bill is selected at random, and it is not replaced: then a second bill is selected at random. Draw a tree diagram and determine the sample space. 33. Four balls numbered 1 through 4 are placed in a box. A ball is selected at random, and its number is noted; then it is replaced. A second ball is selected at random, and its number is noted. Draw a tree diagram and determine the sample space.
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HW 4 Chapter 4 Sta 206 Page 5 of 16 40. The wheel spinner shown here is spun twice. Find the sample space, and then determine the probability of the following events. a. An odd number on the first spin and an even number on the second spin (Note:0 is considered even.) b. A sum greater than 4 c. Even numbers on both spins d. A sum that is odd e. The same number on both spins
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HW 4 Chapter 4 Sta 206 Page 6 of 16 Section 4-3 2. Determine whether these events are mutually exclusive. a.
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