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Chapter 1 / Exercise 49
Elementary and Intermediate Algebra
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Find the probability 2 were born with hair if we know at least one 1 was born bald.15.There are socks in a drawer, 4 are white and 5 black. We select 2 socks without replacement. a). How many outcomes are in the Sample Space? Show some work for credit.b) Draw a tree diagram with frequencies along the branches. Let W=white and B=black
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Chapter 1 / Exercise 49
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c) Find the prob of getting 2 black socksd) Find the probability of getting no white sockse) Find the chance of getting a white sock 2ndgiven we already selected a white sockf) Find the chance of getting a black on the 2ndgiven a black was not selected on the first draw..Extra Credit – class tomorrow.Possible Topics: Mutually Exclusive-Prob with contingency tables- Using Formula for OR23. There are 2 Red socks and 3 Yellow socks. You select one at a time without replacement. Use this to answer the questions below. Include prob. notation anduse R=red and Y=Yellowa) Draw a tree diagram with frequencies along the axis
b) What is the chance of getting two of the same color?c) Knowing that you got a Yellow on the first selection, what is the chance you will then get a Red?