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conditional probability

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?

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...

Probibilty question at sam houston state university

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

How is this calculated?

yellow is 4/9ths

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...

you have to find the probability of the question