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# How many outcomes are possible if 3 coins are flipped and 2 number cubes are thrown

How many outcomes are possible if 3 coins are flipped and 2 number cubes are thrown

Two diseases A and B have spread within a certain population. We know that 15% of this population have the disease A, 20% of this population have disease B and 25% have at least one of the...

# Similarities between independent and dependent events

Compare and contrast dependent and independent events

# Probability Question

One card selected randomly from deck. Find odds against drawing a spade greater than 2 and less than 9

# Calculating three or four of 15 adults

Based on data from the national center of health, 26% of adults are overweight. A random sample of 15 adults is taken. Calculate the probability that three of four of 15 people selected are overweight...

# Dad just got a new department store credit in the mail. what is the probability that the last digit is an even number?

what is the probability that the last digit is an even number?

# how do i find the number of elements in this set??

I have this question regarding set theory and probability that i am struggling on: Q: A group of international students take part in a survey on the nationality of their parents. E= English...

# 30% of all Girl Scout cookies sold are Thin Mints. If we select 9 boxes of cookies at random, what is the probability at most 5 of them are Thin Mints?

Economic Statistics I Does anyone have a formula for these type of problems?

# find the probability of pulling out a blue marble,not replacing it, then pulling out another blue marble.

consider a jar of 45 marbles: 18 blue, 12 red, 9 green, and 6 white.

# math probabilities

Mr.s Fedge placed 10 candy bars, 50 pieces of hard candy, and 40 pieces of gum into a large bag.  Then she pick two pieces for each student without looking and put them in smaller bags.  Find all...

# Probability

Tiles numbered 1 through 20 are placed in a box. Tiles numbered 11 through 30 are placed in a second box. One tile is randomly drawn from each box. Find each probability. The first tile is odd...

# Probability

Tiles numbered 1 through 20 are placed in a box. Tiles numbered 11 through 30 are placed in a second box. One tile is randomly drawn from each box. Find each probability. The first tile is less...

# Define when two events are mutually exclusive by an equation.

Define when two events are mutually exclusive by an equation.

# How do I calculate expected value

There is a spinner with 8 sides 3 have a picture of cards, 3 have a picture of dice, 1 has skull, and 1 has double. The chance of picking the right card after the spinner lands on cards is 50% The...

# prove p(A,B,C)=p(A)p(B)p(C)

please i want to prove this equestion is statistically independent

# 10) In your top dresser drawer are 6 blue socks and 10 grey socks, unpaired and mixed up. One dark morning you pull two socks from the drawer. What is the prob

10) In your top dresser drawer are 6 blue socks and 10 grey socks, unpaired and mixed up. One dark morning you pull two socks from the drawer, without replacement. What is the probability that the...

# How do I create a probability model for this question?

a carnival game offers a \$100 cash prize for anyone who can break a balloon by throwing a dart at it. It costs \$5 to play and you're willing to spend up to \$20 trying to win. You estimate that you...

# How do I create a probability model?

You draw a card from a deck If you get a red card ou win nothing. If you get a spade you win \$5. If you draw a club you win \$10 plus an extra \$20 for the ace of clubs. Create a probablity model for...

# he length of time, in minutes, for and airplane to obtain clearance for take off at a certain airport is a random variable Y=3X-2, where x has the density funct

what is the probabloty and the mean and variance of the above question

# Probability and expected value

You are in business and you are given two opportunities. The first you will have to invest \$5000 but you could earn \$25,000 less your initial investment. The second you only have to invest \$2000 but...

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