Lct04a - Introduction to Business Statistics Lecture 4A...

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Introduction to Business Statistics Lecture 4A Some Surprising Probability Examples Example: ( A card game ) Three cards, red-red, red-blue, blue-blue are well shuffled. Pick one card and place it on the table randomly. If the red side is face up, what is the probability that the red side is face down? Event U : The red (blue) side faces up Event D : The red (blue) side faces down vent The colors on two sides are different Event O : The colors on two sides are different. ? ) | ( U D P 1
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vent The red (blue) side faces up Event U : The red (blue) side faces up Event D : The red (blue) side faces down Event O : The colors on two sides are different 2 3 / 1 ) and ( ) | ( D U P U D P 3 2 / 1 ) ( U P 2
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Example: ( A TV game show ) In a certain TV game show, a valuable prize is idden behind one of the three doors You the contestant pick one of the three hidden behind one of the three doors. You, the contestant, pick one of the three
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This note was uploaded on 02/13/2012 for the course ISOM 111 taught by Professor Hu,inchi during the Fall '10 term at HKUST.

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