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Unformatted text preview: P a g e 1 MATH 33551: 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) [5] Describe the sample space List the outcomes in the following events: b) [5] getting more than 30 cents c) [5] 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) [5] How many outcomes are in A but in neither B nor C? b) [5] 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) [10] Find the probability of having at least one face card in a 5card hand of poker. Provide an explanation for your work. (Hint.There are 12 face cards. There are 2,598,960 possible 5card hands. How many have no face cards?) How many have no face cards?...
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