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# What is the probability that the first 2 customers both get a 50% discount? What is the probability that none of the 1st 3 customers gets more than a 30% discou

A clothing store advertises that every customer that walks into the store can throw a dice onto a table that has squares labeled with discount amounts. The table is divided into ten regions. 5 regions...

# What is the probability if you pick 4 M&m's in a row, that they are all blue? That none are green? At least one is red?

A company manufactured m&ms. The report that they make 10% each brown and red. 20% each yellow, blue and orange. The rest are green.

# After picking 10 m&ms in a row, you still have not picked a red one. A friend says that you should have a better chance of getting a red one on your next pick

Contd:since you have yet to see one. Comment on this. Background: 10% each brown and red. 20% each yellow, blue and orange. The rest are green.

# Peanut butter m&ms manufactured. 10% each are brown and red. 20%each yellow, blue and orange. The rest green

What is the probability if chosen at random that you will pick green? That it is red, yellow or blue? That it is not orange?

# Using the same details from the m&ms, if you pick 4 in a row, what is the probability that: they are all blue? None are green? At least one is red?

Use the same percentages from the previous m& m question I had asked. Thankyou. This stinks that you need at least 20 characters.

# What is the probability that a randomly selected US household owns neither a cat nor a dog?

national pet owners survey, 39% of U.S households own at least one dog and 34% of US households own at least one cat. Assume that 60% of US households own a cat or a dog.

# Based on probability of normal distribution

Atire company wishes to set aminimum mileage guarantee on its new type of tire.Tests reveal that mean mileage is 67,900 with a standard deviation of 2050 miles and that the distribution miles...

# When selecting two people, find the probability that one works in an office and the other one drives a car?

I have a probability question from my intro to stats class. I can't figure out if it's dependent or independent. Overall, I really don't know how to figure it out. There are 2000 people in total from...

# Dice roll probability distribution

Let a fair die be rolled 2 times. Letâ€™s assume that the 2 rolls are independent. Let X and Y be the outcomes of the first and second rolls, respectively.   a. What is the probability...

# To decrease the amount of time it takes to deliver packages, a delivery company purchased computer software that finds the optimal route for making

deliveries based upon the input of the packages destinations.  In the past the average amount of time it took to come delivery was 9.4 hours with a standard deviation of 0.8 hours.  Since...

# Over the past few years, banks have strongly promoted online banking and the paying of bills online.stat

In 2003, about 50% of internet usr paid bills online.  In a recent survey of 250 internet users, 150 said that they pay bills online.  At the 5% level of significance, test whether the proportion...

# A company sampled 40 of the springs that it manufactures for use in small engines and discovered that 20% of the springs

did not meet specifications.  Construct a 99% confidence interval for the population proportion of springs that do not meet specifications.

# I have some data on religious affiliation and likelihood to cheat and I am in a debate with a friend about what can be concluded from this information.

Given the following information, what can we conclude.    Religious affiliation in the United States(Rounded)   Evangelical Protestant 26% Catholic    ...

# Probability outcome and frequency question

The table shows the results of spinning a spinner several times. Outcome A B C D E Frequency 2 4 3 1 2 What is the experimental probability of spinning a C or...

# A car insurance company has recorded the number of claims for the past quarter by age and gender. The information is recorded below.

Male        Female Under 25        ...

# Based on a survey of over 10,000 households, the number of televisions in the home was recorded as given in the table below.

Based on the data, find the expected number of televisions in a home.   Televisions     Percentage 0                 10% 1...

# A sample of 400 bags of dog food which are advertised to contain twenty-five pounds had a mean content weight of 24.5

pounds with a standard deviation of 3 pounds.  Find a 95% confidence interval for the population mean content weight of the bags of dog food.

# how high does a stock price have to be to put a company in the top 10%

the average stock price for companies making up the S&P 500 is \$50, and the standard deviation is \$10. assume that stock prices are normally distributed

# I'm having trouble finding the right formula to use for this probability statistics question.

Aero company bids on two contracts. They feel they have a 40% probability of winning contract A. If they win the first contract, the probability of winnin ghe second is 70%. However, if they lose...

# what is the probability of the family having a certain sex child?

a family wants to have 3 kids, a) what is the probability they will have 1 boy? b)what is the probability they will have at least 2 boys? c)what is the probability that they will have 1 girl? d) what...