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Assignment: 8.1 part 1
Instructor: Julia Ledet
Course: Math 1029
Book: Blitzer: Thinking Mathematically, 5e
1_ Find percent notation.
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2, Express the given fraction as a percent.
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(Round to the nearest hundredth.)
3, Express the g
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Date: Course: Math 1029
Time: Book: Blitzer: Thinking Mathematically, 5e _
1, A restaurant offers 9 appetizers and 8 main courses. In how many ways can a person order a
two-course meal?
There are D ways a
Instructor: Julia Ledet Assignment: 112
Course: Math 1029
Book: Blitzer: Thinking Mathematically, 5e
1. There are six performers who will present their comedy acts this weekend at a comedy club. How
many different ways are there to schedule their ap
Instructor: Julia Ledet Assignment: 11.4
Course: Math 1029
Book: Blitzer: Thinking Mathematically, 5e
1, A lZsided die is rolled. The set of equally likely outcomes is {1 ,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,l 1,12}. Find the
probability of rolling a 10.
The probability
Student: Instructor: Julia Ledet Assignment: 11.1, 11.2, 11.3 mixed
[Datez Course: Math 1029
Book: Biitzer: Thinking Mathematically, 5e l
1_ Use the formula for P, to solve the following question.
In a race in which eight automobiles are entered and th
2.
b.)
Instructor: Julia Ledet Assignment: 1 1.6 do this one before you
Course: Math 1029 do 1 1.5
Book: Blitzer: Thinking Mathematically, Se
You are dealt one card from a 52-card deck. Find the Probability that you are not dealt a four.
The probability
Instructor: Julia Ledet Assignment: 11.7, do this one before you
Course: Math 1029 do 115
Book: Blitzer: Thinking Mathematically, 5e
Use the spinner shown. It is equally probable that
the pointer will land on any one of the six regions. f
If the pointe
Student: . Instructor: Julia Ledet Assignment: 11.7 conditional probability
Date: Course: Math 1029
Time: Book: Blitzer: Thinking Mathematically, 5e
}_ The numbered disks shown are placed in a box
and one disk is selected at random. Find the
probability
Student: Instructor: Julia Ledet Assignment: 11.6 odds
IDate: Course: Math 1029
Book: Blitzer: Thinking Mathematically, 5e
;_ A single die is rolled. Find the odds in favor of rolling a number greater than 5.
The odds are D to (Simpiify your answers.)