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quiz5_sol - Quiz 5 Name: _ October 9, 2009 In your group,...

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Quiz 5 Name: _________________________________ October 9, 2009 In your group, there are 7 people each working on a different aspect of the project. You must give a presentation at the end of the week and each person must present their portion of the project, however you do not get to decide who gets to present when, you will be randomly assigned an order in which to present. 1. What is the total number of orders in which your group can present? 7! 2. What is the probability that you present your portion of the project 1 st ? 1/7 or 6!/7! 3. If you would like you and your two friends to present consecutively (but the three of you can present in any order) what is the probability that a random assignment of orderings will result in you and your two friends presenting consecutively? or
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Quiz 5 Name: _________________________________ October 9, 2009 A child has 14 skittles: 7 red, 5 yellow and 2 green. The child randomly lines the skittles up before eating them. 1.
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