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Unformatted text preview: P a g e 1 MATH 3355-1: Probability TEST 1 Name:____________________________ 1) An experiment consists of drawing 3 coins (all at once) from a purse that contains 3 pennies (dated 2001, 2002, and 2003), 2 nickels (dated 2004 and 2005) and a quarter (dated 2006). a)  Describe the sample space List the outcomes in the following events: b)  getting more than 30 cents c)  getting all three kinds of coin 2) Event A contains 100 different outcomes of which 30 are in event B and 40 are in event C. There are 10 outcomes in the intersection of all three events. a)  How many outcomes are in A but in neither B nor C? b)  If in addition to the above, B and C have 20 outcomes in common (both in and out of A), and C contains 70 outcomes that are neither in A nor B, how many outcomes are in C? 3)  Find the probability of having at least one face card in a 5-card hand of poker. Provide an explanation for your work. (Hint.There are 12 face cards. There are 2,598,960 possible 5-card hands. How many have no face cards?) How many have no face cards?...
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