Problem Set 1

A consider the two events if the probability that

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Unformatted text preview: at all students are equally likely to be picked, but you may make this assumption if it makes you feel happier and more confident. (a) Consider the two events: — — the student has had four years of high school science (FYS), the student has had calculus in high school. £ If the probability that he/she has had at least one of FYS and calculus is 0.7, and the probability that he/she has missed at least one of the two is 0.8, what is the probability that he/she has had exactly one of the two? (b) Let denote the event that the student is registered in ECE109 this semester, and let events and and their probabilities be as in part (a). If...
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