Construct a copy of figure 3.17 in your text, where the first outcome is one of X, Y, and Z, and the second outcome in each case is one of A and B. Use the following probabilities instead of those...

Conrad Miser wants to invest \$43,000 in corporate bonds. Corporate bonds are a way for companies to borrow money from private citizens. Corporate bonds are rated based on their quality (the financial...

I've been working on this for 2 days and can't get the right answer can someone please help!   The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) estimates that 0.2% of Americans have AIDS. The HIV-1...

Youve invested a total of \$34,200 in four funds: Acorn [1.5%], Bailey [2%], Concourse [3.5%], and Delta [4.2%]. The quarterly percent of return for the four funds are give in []. Your investments...

There are three types of coffee, Kona, Latin Dark Toast and Moravia. Equal parts of these three coffees are put into the house blend which sells for \$7 per pound. A 30 lb bag is made up of 1.5 lbs...

Taylor's and Sower's are two stores that do alterations of garments. Neither store has achieved 100% customer loyaty: 35 % of Taylor's customers take their next job to Sower's, and 45 % of Sower's...

I know that you use the multiplication principle. I made three slots and put 2 in one slot, for two locations, 8 in the second slot for the number of ski areas, and for the third slot (times) I'm...

How many questions could she have expected to have gotten right if she had guessed all of them? What is the probability of getting at least thirty questions right by guessing all of them?