Please help! This is urgent! I really need to know the answer! Thanks. The Roberts family is shopping for a new car. They are considering a minivan or an SUV. Those vehicles come in red, gold, green,...
Please help! This is urgent! I really need to know the answer! Thanks. The Roberts family is shopping for a new car. They are considering a minivan or an SUV. Those vehicles come in red, gold, green,...
25% of buisness men where ties too tight. At a board meeting of 20 men all of whom wore ties.
A=5% B=10% C=15% D=5% E=5% F=25% G=10% H=10% I=10% J=5% If you choose the letters D and H for 20 turns, how many times are you most likely to win? A) 1 time B)2 times C)...
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a) if P(A)=5/7 and P(B/A) =2/6, then fine P(A∩B) as a fraction in lowest tems. B) if P(A∩B) =0.09 P(A)=0.2, then find P(B/A) , to the neares hundredth.
If you draw a card from a standard deck of cards ,what is the probability of not drawing a heart?
Answer this in a common fraction.
a)rolling a 5 and then a 3 on a six sided dice? B)pulling a card from a standard deck of 52 cards, replacing it and then pulling another card from the deck? ...
a student deals 3 cards from a statndard 52 deck of cards, what is the probability to the nearest hundredth at least one card is a heart. a) Direct reasoning b) indirect...
A stadium has 24 rows of 10 seats each. Describe at least two ways mrs Allen's class of 36 students can sit if an equal number of students sits in each row.
A single card is dealt from a standard deck of 52 cards. What is the probability that the card is a 5 and club? What is the probability that the card is 5 and a 2?
Good afternoon, My office is having a dispute involving statistics and I’m seeking your help. It’s an easy problem but wanted one of you to back up what I’m saying. So it involves a coffee...
involving the computation of probabilities for a Bernoulli trial.
A and B alternately toss a coin. the first one to turn up a heads wins. if no more than five tosses each are allowed for a single game, find the probability that the person who tosses first will win...
Answer choices A) 1/8 B) 3/8 C) 3/4 D) 2
Two people toss two coins each. What is the probability that they get the same number of tails?
Hi, I have a question on probability that I don't know how to approach: Box A contains 10 cards numbered 1 through 10, and box B contains 5 cards numbered 1 through 5. A box is selected...
If a coin is flipped three times, list all of the possible outcomes