A. Quantified plausibility B. A number between 0 and 100 C. Relative frequency D. Degree of belief E. A number between 0 and 1

A. Quantified plausibility B. A number between 0 and 100 C. Relative frequency D. Degree of belief E. A number between 0 and 1

A and B are independent events. P (A)=.2, P (B)= .8. Find: (a) P( A U B) (b) P( AB)' (c) P( A'B') (d) P( A U B)' (e) P( A' U B')

a roulette wheel is spun twice. find the probability of: red first, black second red and black red or green first, red second the number 7 first, green second the number 4 and the...

an urn contains 10 white, 18 red, and 8 blue chips. two chips are drawn without replacement. find the probability of: first chip red, second chip blue a red and a blue chip first...

A and B are independent events. P (A)=.2, P (B)= .8. Find: (a) P( A U B) (b) P( AB)' (c) P( A'B') (d) P( A U B)' (e) P( A' U B')

A box contains seven red and three blue pens. Jane takes a pen from the box and keeps it; then Susan takes a pen from the box. Both girls make their selection without looking at the colour.

Joan's fruit bowl contains only apples and bananas. If Joan randomly selects a piece of fruit from the bowl. The probability it will be a banana is 2/5. However, before she chooses a piece of fruit,...

Jack's hat collection contains striped hats and spotted hats. The ratio of spotted hats to the total number of hats is 2:7. A) Jack picks a hat to wear at random. What is the probability...

a die is rolled find the probability of: an even number a number divisible by 3 not a two nor a six not an ace

Let Ω = {a, b, c}. Find the value α such that the function p defined by relations p(a) = 0, 1, p(b) = α, p(c) = 2α be a probability mass function. Find the probabilities of events {a, b},...

There are ten different books in a sale, five of them cost 4 USD each, three cost 1 USD each, and two cost 3 USD each. Find the probability that for randomly chosen three books a buyer pays...

Four books are put on two shelves so that none of the shelves are empty. In how many ways can it be done if both books and shelves can be distinguishable and indistinguishable? Consider all...

9 passengers take a train with 3 sleeping cars. Each passenger chooses the car randomly. What is the probability that a) all passengers choose the first car; b) all passengers choose the...

Two natural numbers, not necesasrily different, from 1 to 50 incusive are randomly selected. What is the probability that the sum of those numbers is a prime number less than 50?

assume that a procedure yields a binomial distribmutinous with 3 trials and a probability of success of 0.10. Use a binomial table to find the probability that the number of successes is exactly 0...

Using the formula P(AUB)=P(A)+P(B)-(A and B) or similar

Using the formula P(AUB)=P(A)+P(B)-(A and B)

What is it that differentiates a binomial probability distribution from any other probability distribution? Honestly didn't know It was a difference my teacher explained that I...

Probability question

What is it that differentiates a binomial probability distribution from any other probability distribution? Explain why this is or is not a probability distribution, x 1 2 3 4 P(x)...