More textbook questions that i am still having a lot of trouble understanding, really need an answers really fast thank you very much.

More textbook questions that i am still having a lot of trouble understanding, really need an answers really fast thank you very much.

Really need help with this question, would really appreciate a fast answer as I have a test coming up real soon and it would help a lot. thank you!

Really need answers to all these questions from the textbook from homework, i have no idea how to answer any of them and i would like step by step with answer as i have test coming up.

Really need answers to all these questions from the textbook from homework, i have no idea how to answer any of them and i would like step by step with answer as i have test coming up.

I want to understand what the formula would be for the equation.

Question: A company is placing three different orders for purchases with three separate suppliers. However, the orders get mixed up and are mailed out at random to each supplier. If a match refers...

A six-sided number cube is rolled 120 times.. Six comes up 23 times. What is the theoretical probability of rolling a six?

I'm trying to understand combinatorics and I'm having some trouble with the popular 'Two Pairs' problem. The question asks how many Two Pair hands can be made from a deck of 52. I know...

if the probability of B is 90%, what are the ODDS for event B?

A class is given a list of 20 study questions from which 12 will be part of their upcoming final. If a given student knows how to solve 15 of the problems, find the probability that the student will...

If you have a wheel with the letters a,b,c,d and numbers 1,1,2,2,3,3,4,4. What is the probability of it landing on a letter 2 times in a row?

It's a probability question

For purposes of making budget plans for staffing, a college reviewed studentâ€™s year in school and area of study. Of the students, 22.5% are seniors, 25% are juniors, 25% are sophomores, and...

I am trying to find the total number of students appered for the exam

a) P(Snickers) b) P(Kit-Kat) c)P(Three Musketeers) d) P(not Kit-Kat)

A bag has 6 red blocks and 4 green blocks. Cliff takes a block out of the bag at random, records the color, then replaces the block in the bag. He does this 20 times. Which answer shows the results...

How is this calculated?

yellow is 4/9ths

Please help!!!! I also need to know if it will produce a good sample... Is this problem systematic, random, or stratified?

A farmer grows vegetables on seven acres, fruit on six acres, and flowers on two acres. Out in his fields, he finds a ladybug. To the nearest tenth of a percent, what is the theoretical probability...