Solution for MA110 Exam 2 review
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1. win: (35)($15) = $525 2. win: 1($30) = $30 3. lose: $25 4. P(getting a red number) = 18/38 o(getting a red number) = 18:20
1.3
Truth Table
Introduction The truth value of a statement is the classification as true or false which denoted by T or F. A truth table is a listing of all possible combinations of the individual st
1.2
1.2.1
Symbolic Logic
Statement
All logical reasoning is based on statement of fact. Definition. A statement is a sentence that is either true or false.
Example 1: Which of the following are statem
Chapter 1
Logic
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Chapter 4
Statistics
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4.1
Population, Sample, and Data
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MA 110 EXAM 2 Review
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MA 110 Finite Mathematics Test Review Chapters 1-2
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Chapter 3
Probability
3.1
Cards
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Chapter 2
Sets and Counting
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2.1
Sets and Set Operations
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Chapter 4 Review
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