Random Variables

Probability theory is nothing but common sense reduced

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Unformatted text preview: Lock5 Answer the questions below. —༉  a) What is the probability that a seed chosen at random is for type A and germinates?. —༉  b). What is the probability that a seed chosen at random is for type C and does not germinate? —༉  c). What percent of all seeds in the garden will germinate? —༉  d). What is the probability that a seed that germinates is for type A? —༉  e). What is the probability that a seed either is type B or does not germinate? —༉  f). What is the probability that a seed that does not germinate is for type B? Statistics: Unlocking the Power of Data Lock5 A reminder: Why study Probability in Statistics? —༉  Statistical methods are used to evaluate information in uncer...
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