Unformatted text preview: The probability of selecting the queen of spades out of a standard deck of cards. c) Each of Mr. Smith’s 18 students has dropped their name in the hat for a prize drawing. Allan calculates that he has a 1/18 chance of winning. d) Tom wants to know whether a certain coin is fair or not. He flips the coin 100 times and obtains tails 61 times. He calculates that the probability of obtaining a tail with his coin is 61%...
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 Fall '08
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