Murphy’s Law says, ”If something can go wrong, it will.” Given our discussion of randomness, do you agree or disagree with this law? (Try to place it as a discussion of coincidence.)

Murphy’s Law says, ”If something can go wrong, it will.” Given our discussion of randomness, do you agree or disagree with this law? (Try to place it as a discussion of coincidence.)

2. You have a dime and a penny. Flip them both, noting whether each coin lands on heads or tails. List all possible outcomes. Let E be the event that you get at least one head. List all the outcomes...

You have a small bag of candy-coated chocolates: three are red, four are yellow, two are green, and five are blue. If you take a piece out of the bag at random, what is the probability that it is...

A bag contains 15 identical marbles. There are 7 red, 3 blue and 5 yellow marbles. A marble is picked out at random and not replaced. A second marble is then picked out at random and not replaced...

30 people say there are 20 students in this class 20 people say there are 10 students in this class 40 people say there are 30 students in this class How many students are in this class...

30 people say there are 20 students in this class 20 people say there are 10 students in this class 40 people say there are 30 students in this class how many students are in this class...

You randomly sample 4 attendants of a power posing seminar. You note that 3 of the 4 exhibit higher levels of confidence than the median of the general population. The probability of obtaining this...

I'm pretty sure that both are equally fair yet my math teacher says that game 2 is better for the player, just because it has more chance of winning yet cost more to play and gives less profit on...

There are 2 drag racers. I feel the odds are a 25%chance. Simply because you could choose either driver, which is a 50 50 chance, and each one of the drivers could win which would also be a 50 50...

A magazine rack contains 5 sports magazines, 7 news magazines, and 10 fashion magazines. After a magazine is not replaced. Find the probability of randomly choosing two fashion magazines.

3 markers, 3 pens, 3 pencils with different colors blue, yellow, and green. How many ways?

Eric received 3 red packets. Each red packet had an equal chance of having either a $5, $20, or $50 note. What is the chance that he received $60 ? a. 2/33 b. 4/27 c. 1/9 d...

It's regarding genral problems and statics

If 'A' is a single event... and 'B' is a single event... and 'C' is a single event... They can be lined up in 6 different Orders, i.e: 1. A,B,C 2. B,C,A 3. C,A,B 4...