# A hungry undergraduate student was looking for a way

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11. A "hungry" undergraduate student was looking for a way of making some extra money. The student turned to a life of vice - gambling. To be a good gambler, he needed to know the probability of certain events. The probability of drawing an ace, a king and a queen of any suit in that order is _________. Sampling is without replacement from a deck of 52 ordinary playing cards.Ca.0.00015(4/52)(4/51)(4/50)b.0.00026c.0.00048d.0.00018
12 A "hungry" undergraduate student was looking for a way of making some extra money. The student turned to a life of vice - gambling. To be a good gambler, he needed to know the probability of certain events. The probability of rolling "boxcars" (two sixes) with one roll of a pair of fair dice is _________.(1/6)(1/6)=D
13. A certain university maintains a colony of male mice for research purposes. The ages of the mice are normally distributed with a mean of 60 days and a standard deviation of 5.2. Assume you randomly sample one mouse from the colony. The probability his age will be less than 45 days is ?.Z=(45-60)/5.2=2.884C
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14. In a population survey of patients in a rehabilitation hospital, the mean length of stay in the hospital was 12.0 weeks with a standard deviation equal to 1.0 week. The distribution was normally distributed. Out of 100 patients how many would you expect to stay longer than 13 weeks?Z=(13-12)/1=1`.1587C