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mdm12Section6_5_OddSolutionsFinal

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Q1-3 Q5 Q7-9 Q11-13 Q15 CHAPTER 6 Section 6.5, pp. 340–343 Solutions to Odd Number Problems 1. a) Non-mutually exclusive; a wool sock may be grey. b) Non-mutually exclusive; a student on the honour roll may have brown eyes. c) Mutually exclusive; the number of students cannot be even and odd at the same time. d) Mutually exclusive; six is not a prime number. e) Non-mutually exclusive; Saturday is a weekend day. f) Non-mutually exclusive; an A is also a pass. g) Mutually exclusive; it cannot be calm and stormy at the same time. h) Non-mutually exclusive; it can be sunny part of the week and rainy part of the week. 3. a) P (4-by-4) = 7% b) P (not a minivan) = 100% – 19% = 81% c) P (2-door or 4-door) = 28% + 46% = 74% d) P (minivan or 4-by-4) = 19% + 7% = 26% Top

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5. a) 52 (on the lakeshore) 220 13 55 P = = b) 80 (electricity) 220 4 11 P = = c) 80 52 22 (electricity or on lakeshore) 220 1 2 P + = = d) 52 22 (on the lakeshore and no electricity) 220 3 22 P = = Top
7. Total number of hamsters = 10 + 6+ 4 + 3 + 5 = 28 a) 3 (exactly three tests) 28 P = b) 16 (less than two tests) 28 4 7 P = = c) 10 (one or two tests) 28 5 14 P = = d) 10 5 (no tests or more than 3 tests) 28 15 28 P + = = 9. Answers will vary. Rule: You win if you draw an eight or less, other than the eight of diamonds.

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