You mix the letters A, C, Q, U, A, I, N, T, A, N, C, and E thoroughly. Without looking, you select one letter. Find P(Q or C) as a fraction, a decimal, and a percent.

You mix the letters A, C, Q, U, A, I, N, T, A, N, C, and E thoroughly. Without looking, you select one letter. Find P(Q or C) as a fraction, a decimal, and a percent.

You select a letter randomly from a bag containing the letters S, P, I, N, N, E, and R. Find the probability of selecting an S.

It is a question about a prepaid phone card.

Jim has a 40% chance of making a shot with a basketball while Janice has an 80% chance. Janice lets Jim go first. If Jim makes the shot, he wins immediately and if he misses, Janice gets her turn...

you are dealt one card from a 52-card deck. find the probability that you are dealt a numbered card or a spade

I have a 10% chance at wining a game. If I play four games, what are the odds that I will win every one?

Over a long period of time in a large multinational corporation, 10% of all sales trainees are rated as outstanding, 75% are rated as execellent/good, 10% are rated as satisfactory, and 5% are considered...

solve by complement I think. Its independent probability I think as well

Window Display: a music store wants to display 3 identical keyboards, 2 identical trumpets, and 2 identical guitars in its store window

this is a math quesion

there are 15 police officers at a station. i decide to send 8 on patrol, 4 to control road traffic and the rest at the office

A random survey was taken of 400 people in a city in the United States. The survey found that the three most common eye colors are brown, blue, and hazel. Out of 400 people in the survey, 167 have...

a fair dice goes up to five

Suppose that X, Y ~ iid U (0,1). Derive and sketch the density of: (a) R=Y/(1-X) (b) R=Y/(Y-X) In each case, calculate and mark in your sketch the mode (M), median (m),...

i have been asked this problem by many friends and i have yet to understand nor find an answer for it

1. P(and even, then odd) 2. P(8, then greater than 20) 3. P(a multiple of 6, then an even number) 4. P(two odd numbers)

Probability

Probability

I am trying to keep a log of how often I win, and if I participate in a 5 round tournament, I want to know my chance for getting 5 wins, 4 wins, 3 wins etc. That is to say, what is the odds of me...

75% of the seniors are going to prom.of those going to prom 50% will have a senior date,30% will have a non-senior date,and 20% will not take a date.what is the ratio of seniors not going to prom...