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Unformatted text preview: / 10 and p ( n ) = 0 for all other numbers. If q ( n ) is the probability that a word picked at random has n vowels, then q (1) = 6 / 10, q (2) = q (3) = 2 / 10, and q ( n ) = 0 for all other numbers. 1.3.9 (a) P ( F G ) = P ( F ) + P ( G )P ( FG ) = . 7 + . 6. 4 (b) P ( F G H ) = P ( F ) + P ( G ) + P ( H )P ( FG )P ( FH )P ( GH ) + P ( FGH ), which is . 7 + . 6 + . 5. 4. 3. 2 + . 1 = 1. (c) P ( F c G c H ) = P ( H )P ( GH )P ( FH ) + P ( FGH ) = . 5. 3. 2 + . 1 = . 1 Last compiled at 2:21 P.M. on October 4, 2008...
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This note was uploaded on 07/26/2011 for the course MATH 530 taught by Professor Warren during the Summer '10 term at Ohio State.
 Summer '10
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 Sets, Probability

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