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Chapter 1Evens
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Discrete Probability
MATH 243  Spring 2012
Chapter 1 (Evens) 1.1 Exercises 6. S = cfw_(1,1),(1,2),(1,3),(10,9),(10,10) = cfw_(j,k)  j,k = 1,2,3,9,10) 8. S = cfw_m1m2w, m2m1w, m1wm2, m2wm1, wm1m2, wm2m1 (Diagram) 12. (Diagram) 20. S = cfw_d, d, d, where d=defective, =nondefective (Diagram) 1.2 E
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Chapter 2Evens
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Discrete Probability
MATH 243  Spring 2012
Chapter 2 (Evens) 2.1 Exercises 2. (a) 1/52 (b) 1/13 4. (a) 18/38 (b) 18/38 6. (a) 20/150 (b) 135/150 8. (a) 6/36 (b) 3/36 10. (a) (b) 12. 14. 1/3 16. 1/27 18. 1/21 20. 3/5 (c) 12/52 (c) 2/38 (c) 5/150 (c) 8/36 (d) 1/2 (d) 1/38 (e) 28/52 (e) 12/38 (f) 48/
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Chapter 3Evens
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Discrete Probability
MATH 243  Spring 2012
Chapter 3 (Evens) 3.1 Exercises 2. Change: Let P(EF) = 0.40 (a) P() = 0.17 (b) P() = 0.54 (c) P(E) = 0.43 (d) P() = 0.11 (e) P(E) = 0.94 (f) P() = 0.60 4. (a) 0.55 (b) 0.15 (c) 0.45 (d) 0.45 6. P(cfw_a) = 0.40 P(cfw_b) = 0.40 P(cfw_c) = 0.20 8. a) P(6)=6/
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Chapter 4Evens
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Discrete Probability
MATH 243  Spring 2012
Chapter 4 (Evens) 4.1 Exercises 2. P(X=0) = P(X=4) = (1/2)4; P(X=1) = P(X=3) = 4(1/2)4; P(X=2) = 6(1/2)4 4. P(X=0) = (1/5)3; P(X=1) = 12/125; P(X=2) = 112/125 6. (a) 0.85 (b) 0.35 (c) 0.25 (d) 8/15 8. (a) P(X=0) = 1/2, P(X=10) = 1/4, P(X=25) = 1/5, P(X=10
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Chapter 5Evens
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Discrete Probability
MATH 243  Spring 2012
Chapter 5 (Evens) 5.1 Exercises 2. P(X6) = 1 P(X=7) P(X=8) P(X=9) = 1 9C7(0.4)7(0.6)2 9(0.4)8(0.6) (0.4)9 4. (a) 10C6(0.5)10 (b) (0.5)10[10C6 + 10C7 + 10C8 + 1] (c) (0.5)10[1 + 10 + 45 + 120] (d) E(X) = np = 10(1/2) = 5 6. (a) p = , 1 p = P(X=3) = 10C337
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MATH 243  Winter 2012
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