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FYS and calculus did not register in EE109 this semester, £¥ ¥ ¥¤£ £¡ ¦
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ii. What is the probability that the student picked is not registered in ECE109 and has had
exactly one of FYS or calculus in high school?
(c) Using the data given in parts (a) and (b), which of the following probabilities:
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£ can you compute? It is not necessary to actually compute each probability. ¡ ¤¡ 6 ¡ 2 ¨ ¦
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5. Let
positive integers. For each positive integer , deﬁne the event $ ¢"
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(b) If and (a) Find is a multiple of
and ﬁnd the probability of the event . . Note: an exact answer is required; if you program your calculator to obtain answers of the
form 0.210526. . . you will receive no credit....
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