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PRINTABLE VERSION Practice Test 4 Question 1 Let A and B be events in a sample space S such that P(A) = 7/25, P(B) = 41/100, and P(A B) = 3/50. Find P( B | A c ). a) 0.5694 b) 0.6829 c) 0.8537 d) 0.0833 e) 0.4861 f) None of the above. Question 2 Two cards are drawn without replacement from a well-shuffled deck of 52 playing cards. What is the probability that the first card drawn is a 4 and the second card drawn is a 5? a) 0.1554 b) 0.0045 c) 0.1569 d) 0.0060 e) 0.0059 f) None of the above. Question 3 A pair of fair dice is cast. What is the probabiliy that at least one of the numbers falling uppermost is a 1, given that the sum of the numbers falling uppermost is even? n m l k j n m l k j n m l k j n m l k j n m l k j n m l k j n m l k j n m l k j n m l k j n m l k j n m l k j n m l k j Page 1 of 9 Print Test 12/1/2010 https://assessment.casa.uh.edu/Assessment/PrintTest.htm
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a) 0.3667 b) 0.3056 c) 0.2778 d) 0.1389 e) 0.4545 f) None of the above. Question 4 A recording company obtains the blank CDs used to produce its labels from three compact disk manufacturers: I, II, and III. The quality control department of the company has determined that 3% of the compact disks produced by manufacturer I are defective, 4% of those produced by manufacturer II are defective, and 4% of those produced by manufacturer III are defective. Manufacturers I, II, and III supply 31%, 34%, and 35%, respectively, of the compact disks used by the company. What is the probability that a randomly selected label produced by the company will contain a defective compact disk? a) 0.0136 b) 0.0093 c) 0.1100 d) 0.0369 e) 0.0140 f) None of the above. Question 5 There are three colored cookie jars. One jar is blue, another green and the last one pink. The blue jar contains 15 chocolate chip and 9 sugar cookies. The green jar contains 8 chocolate chip, 10 sugar and 5 peanut butter cookies. The pink jar contains 13 chocolate chip, 7 sugar and 11 peanut butter cookies. One of the three cookie jars is chosen at random. The probabilities that the blue jar, green jar, or pink jar will be
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