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7. WHAT IF?In Example 6, what is the probability that you and your friends choose different costumes if the store sells 20 different costumes?8. BASKETBALLA high school basketball team leads at halftime in 60% of the games in a season. The team wins 80% of the time when they have the halftime lead, but only 10% of the time when they do not. What is the probability that the team wins a particular game during the season?10.5 EXERCISES 1. VOCABULARYCopy and complete: The probability that Bwill occur given that Ahas occurred is called the ? of BgivenA.2. ★ WRITINGExplainthe difference between dependent events and independent events, and give an example of each.3. P(A) 50.4 4. P(A) 50.3 5.P(A) 50.25P(B) 50.6 P(B) 50.4 P(B) 5? P(Aand B) 5? P(Aand B) 5? P(Aand B) 50.26. P(A) 50.5 7. P(A) 5? 8.P(A) 5? 9. green, then blue 10. red, then yellow11. blue, then red 12. yellow, then green13. blue, then green, then red 14. green, then red, then yellow15. ★ MULTIPLE CHOICEEvents Aand Bare independent. What is P(Aand B) if P(A) 50.3 and P(B) 50.2?A0.06 B0.1 C0.5 D0.616. P(A) 50.3 17. P(A) 50.7 18.P(A) 50.8P(BA) 50.6 P(BA) 50.5 P(BA) 5? P(Aand B) 5? P(Aand B) 5? P(Aand B) 50.3219. P(A) 50.6 20. P(A) 5? 21.P(A) 50.7
22. nis 2 given that it is even 23. nis 5 given that it is less than 824. nis prime given that it has 2 digits25. nis odd given that it is primeDRAWING CARDSFind the probability of drawing the given cards from a standard deck of 52 cards (a) with replacement and (b) without replacement.26. A club, then a spade 27. A queen, then an ace28. A face card, then a 6 29. A 10, then a 230. A king, then a queen, then a jack 31. A spade, then a club, then another spade