Unformatted text preview: e no repeats then how many different sequences of songs would be possible? c. (3 points) How would your answers to the previous parts change if repeats were possible? For this just state ``increase’’, ``’’decrease’’ or ``unaffected’’. d. (3 points) How would your answer to a. and b. change if the ipod shuffle was only allowed to play exactly 2 different songs from each of the 3 bands. Give the new formulae. 4. (9 total) Kevin Durant is a streaky basketball 3‐point shooter. When he starts a game the probability that he scores on his first 3‐point attempt is 0.3. If he scores on his first attempt then the probability that he scores increases to 0.4 on all his subsequent attempts. If he misses on his first attempt the probability that he scores decreases to 0.2 on all his subsequent attempts. a. (3 points) Find the probability that Durant scores on all of his first three attempts. b. (3 points) Find the probability that Durant scores on his first two attempts and then misses the third attempt? c. (3 points) Is the e...
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This test prep was uploaded on 03/25/2014 for the course ECO 329 taught by Professor K during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.
- Spring '08