Unformatted text preview: // Assignment #7 Page 3 of 5 6. 212 points All Submissions Notes Guestlon:TanApMath5 8.2.046. Copykwik has four photocopy machines A, B, C, and D. The probability that a given machine
will break down on a particular day is given below. Assuming independence, what is the probability on a particular day that the following will occur? 1 1 1 1
PH)=§§ WELT—'3; lew—ﬁ Film3;; (a) All four machines will break down. (Fiound your answer to ten decimal places.)
0000001346 u! (b) None of the machines will break down. (Hound your answer to three decimal
places.)
.9236 4 7. —13 points Notes ‘ Question: TanApMathS 8.3.030. Jansen Electronics has four machines that produce an identical component for use in its DVD
players. The proportion of the components produced by each machine and the probability of
that component being defective are shown in the accompanying table. (Round your answers to
three decimal places. Proportion of Probability of
Components Defective
Produced Com  onents . mm“ m"
mm“ “009’
mm” .000
0.15 0.04 .000: (a) What is the probability that a component selected at random is defective?
' . 0'2): (b) What is the probability that a component selected at random was produced by
machine I, given that it is defective? DBU .9506 76—73; (c) What is the probability that a component selected at random was produced by
machine ll, given that it is defective? .2600 °°‘0
.074, 8. Ol1points All Submissions Notes Question: TanApMaths 8.3.039. ...
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