3D. A box contains blue chips and red chips. A person selects two chips without replacement. If the
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probability of selecting a blue chip and a red chip is 113 = and the probability of selecting a blue chip
5
on the ﬁrst draw is 16 = ﬁnd the probability
34. Box A contains thenumbers 1:2:3:and4_ Box B contains the numbers 5: I5: 7": and 3. A number is ﬁrst
drawn from Box A and then another number from Box B. Using Figure 4—2: how many outcomes are
possible if both numbers are even?
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27". It has been reported that 3% ofall ears on the highway are traveling at speeds in excess of TD mph. If
the speeds of four random automobiles are measured T.aia radar= what is the probability that at least one
ear is going over Tl} mph?
23. On an eigh
1?. Ha single card is drawn from an ordinary deck of oarels= what is the probability of drawing either a
heart oraﬁ?
A) 11'
52
B) i
13
C) i
26
D) i
13
18. If one eard is drawn from an ordinary deck of earels= what is the probability that the eard will be
23.
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26.
A recent poll by the American Automobile Club found that 39% of those surveyed are worried ab out
aggressive drivers on the road. If three people are selected at random= what is the probability that all
three will be worried about aggressi
19.
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21.
22.
When the outcome or occurrence of the ﬁrst event does not affect the outcome or occurrence of the
second event in such a way that the probability is changed: the events are said to be dependent.
A) True
B) False
Two events A and B are if t
9.
ID.
11.
12.
A child gets 22 heads out of 3D tosses ofa ooin. This wouldbe an example of type of
probability.
If one tosses a coin enough times= the number of heads and tails will tend to “even out." This is an
example of the
If a die were rolled= the e
16. Given the following VBIIII diagram, which of the following equations would he used to calculate the
probability of either event .4, event 3, or event C occurring.
A}
HAMEWQ= PMHP'EEHPEC'J
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—P{Band£')
B
) HAmBorC3= HAJ+HBJ+P<CJ
+P{Aand3)
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I3. In a recent study= the following data was obtained in response to the question= “Do you favor recycling
in your neighborhood?"
Yes N0 No Opinion
Males 25 15 ID
Females 3D ID ID
If a person is picked at random= what is the probability that the person i
5. If a red suit is drawn from an ordinary deck of cards= what is the probability that the card is a diamond?'
A) l
2
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3
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4
ml
5
T. A compound event consists oftwo or more outcomes or simple events.
A) True
B] False
3. Classical probability was the
4. If a sportscaster makes an educated guess as to how well a team will do this season= he is using what
type of probability?
A) classical probability
B) conditional probability
C) empirical probability
D) subjective probability
5. The staffata small comp
Study Guide — Probability and Counting Rules
1. What is the set of all possible outcomes of a probability experiment?
A) outcome
E) sample space
E) events
D) 1'v'enn diagrams
2. How many possible outcomes would there be if three coins were tossed once?
A)
2014
How useful M concepts of alienation and exploitation
Critically evaluate D theory of social solidarity.
Every system of domination depends on belief in the legitimacy of the relation between rulers
and rules. Discuss.
Critically discuss Ws contributi
Summer 2013 examination
AN101 ,
Ethnography and Theory: Selected Texts
2012/2013 syllabus only not for resit candidates
lnstruCtions to candidates
Time allowed: 3 hours
This paper contains ten questions. Answer three questions. All questions will b
Summer 2012 examination
AN101
Ethnography and Theory: Selected Texts
2011/2012 syllabus only not for resit candidates
Instructions to candidates
Time allowed: 3 hours
This paper contains ten questions. Answer three questions. All questions 'will be
Summer 2011 examination
AN102.
Reading Other Cultures: Anthropological
Interpretation of Text and Film
(1 unit)
2010/2011 syllabus only - not for resit candidates
instructions to candidates
Time allowed: 3 hours
This paper contains ten questions. An
SOME KEYWORDS for AN100 (a highly selective and partial list)
WEEK 2: Is it ok to be alone?
Marriage, rates of marriage, marriage systems, bachelors, spinsters, siblingship, etc.
Individualism, collectivism.
WEEK 3: How should we deal with the past?
Socia
Activist Research v. Cultural Critique: Indigenous Land Rights and the Contradictions of
Politically Engaged Anthropology
Author(s): Charles R. Hale
Source: Cultural Anthropology, Vol. 21, No. 1 (Feb., 2006), pp. 96-120
Published by: Wiley on behalf of th
Day, S., Paptaxiarchis, E. and Stewart, M.
Consider the Lilies of the Field
Day, S., Paptaxiarchis, E. and Stewart, M., (1999) "Consider the Lilies of the Field" from Day, S.,
Paptaxiarchis, E. and Stewart, M., Lilies of the field: marginal people who liv
What is Protest Anthropology?
AN 100 Lecture Four
How political can Anthropology
get?
This week, anthropologists who argue that
the discipline should take a direct role in
political causes.
Distinctions between critique and activist
research, advocacy and