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Lab 2A (Ch5)

# Lab 2A (Ch5) - Ch 5 Probability Name Math 1342 LAB#2 Part I...

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Ch. 5 – Probability Name ____________________________ Math 1342 – LAB #2 Part I: M&M’s Record the number of each color in the bag of M&M’s (given in class) . Red = Green = Yellow = Orange = Blue = Brown = Total number of M&M’s in the bag = Using your bag of M&M’s, calculate the following probabilities. Show all work on this handout. LEAVE ALL ANSWERS AS REDUCED FRACTIONS . 1. Suppose you reach into the bag and randomly select one M&M. Find the following probabilities: a) P (Blue) = b) P (Yellow) = c) P (Red or Green) = d) P (Not Brown) = 2. Suppose you reach into the bag and randomly select two M&M’s without replacement. Use the multiplication rule to find the following probabilities: a) P(first is Yellow and second is Brown) = b) P(first is Red and second is Red) = 3. Suppose you reach into the bag and randomly select two M&M’s with replacement. Use the multiplication rule to find the following probabilities: a) P(first is Green and second is Blue) =

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b) P(first is Yellow and second is Yellow) = Part II: Calculating Probabilities From a Contingency Table
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