Advanced Quantitative Methods
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Final Exam
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1. You draw 5 cards from a regular deck of cards and do not replace the cards before you draw
another one.
(2) a. How many hands of 5 cards are there?
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b. How many hands of five cards contain

December 2011 Final Exam
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Advanced Quantitative Methods 201-301-RE
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A bowl of Halloween candy contains 45 snack-sized candy bars. There are 16 Coffee Crisps, 20 Mars
bars, and 9 Snickers.
(a) You draw three candy bars (one at a time, without

Advanced Quantitative Methods
Final Exam
Winter 2009
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1. You are dealt 4 cards from a standard deck of 52 cards.
(a) How many ways can the first card drawn be a king and the remaining cards
are not kings.
(b) How many ways can the first c

December 2010 Final Exam
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Advanced Quantitative Methods 201-301-RE
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An urn contains 17 balls identical in every respect except color. There are 6 red balls, 8 green balls, and 3 blue balls.
(a) You draw two balls from the urn, but replace the

Winter 2010
Final Exam 201-301RE
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Marks for each question are included in [ ]on the right, [total marks/80]
Give answers to 2 decimal places unless otherwise noted
1. A political scientist asked a group of people how they felt ab

Final Exam
201-301-RE Winter 2012
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Question 1 (12 marks)
In a market survey a sample of 255 people from different age groups were asked about their preferred
flavour of ice cream. Their responses are in the accompanying table.
Age Group
Under 2

May 2013 Final Exam
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Bag 1 contains 5 red balls and 3 black balls. Bag 2 contains 3 red balls and 1 black ball. Bag 3
contains 4 red balls and 2 black balls.
(a) You draw two balls out of Bag 1, without replace

Final Examination
201-301-RE - Advanced QM
December 2013
1. (2 points) You are making your schedule for next semester. You need to choose one sociology course, one
psychology, and one physical education. Suppose in the course calendar, there are three ava

May 2011 Final Exam
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Advanced Quantitative Methods 201-301-RE
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In a certain lottery, six different numbers between 1 and 21 inclusive are drawn.
a) To win, you must select the winning six number combination (in any order).
What is the probabi

Final Exam
Advanced Quantitative Methods - 201-301-RE December 2009
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Question 1 (6 marks)
You must calculate the number of ways in which ten persons can sit in a row.
a) Find the total number of possibilities.
b) What is the number of possibili