The given table indicates the transactions for one teller for one day. Letting Upper E1 represent "cashing a check" and Upper E2 represent "making a deposit," express...

The given table indicates the transactions for one teller for one day. Letting Upper E1 represent "cashing a check" and Upper E2 represent "making a deposit," express...

1. Two persons, A and B, are to play a serious of independent games, with A’s winning probability in each game = p and B’s winning probability = q = 1 – p. The game ends when the total number of winnings...

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.

In a group of 3 Grade 10 students, 3 grade 11 students and 3 grade 12 students. That probability to the nearest hundredth, that exactly 2 grade 10 students will be chosen randomly to be part of a...

So this is something that happened. So I was in a class with 22 people in it. They were each given a number alphabetically for the class. Then he asked a question to a number randomly selected. Let's...

I have 24 playing cards made up of 3 spades and 21 non-spades. If I deal 8 cards each to three players, what is the probability that each player ends up with exactly one spade in his hand?

Can someone at least give me a few tips on how to work this out? I don't even know if i should treat this like a combination or permutation.

I simply cannot figure out this problem! I thought that the level of significance would always be given to me. Usually, the problem says 5% significance, or whatever. An urgent...

A question I'm really struggling with. Not sure where to begin A retailer has targeted a shelf item to be out of stock only 5% of the time (m). Customers have come to expect this level of...

A sack contains 4 blue chips, 3 white chips, and 3 yellow chips. A chip is chosen and then put back in the sack, and then another chip is chosen. What is the probability that both chips chosen are...

A box contains papers numbered 1 to 8. Two slips are drawn, one after the other without replacement. a) What is the probability that both numbers are even? (and for my sake why) b)...

A box contains papers numbered 1 to 8. Two slips are drawn, one after the other without replacement. a) What is the probability that both numbers are even? (and for my sake why) b)...

How many three-letter “words” (strings of letters) can be formed using the 26 letters of the alphabet if repetition of letters (a) is allowed? (b) is not allowed?

1,1,1,1,1 is a possibility since it is less than 15. list the possible outcomes 1,2,1,1,1 is a different outcome than 1,1,2,1,1. ORDER DOES MATTER

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) estimates that 0.6% of Americans have AIDS. The HIV-1 tests correctly diagnose the presence of HIV in 95% of the persons who have it and correctly diagnose its...

An unfair coin with Pr[H]=0.2 is flipped. If the flip results in heads, a student is selected at random from a class of 12 boys and 10 girls. Otherwise, a student from a different class containing...

The results of the October 3rd vote on the Emergency Stabilization Act of 2008 are shown in the table below. Region Yes No Total Midwest 57 42 Northeast...

Assume that there are 16 board members: 11 females, and 5 males including Neville. There are 3 tasks to be assigned. Note that assigning the same people different tasks constitutes a different assignment...

A jar contains exactly 6 balls : 5 red and 1 blue. if 5 balls are drawn from the jar at random all without replacement. what is the probability they are all red?

my daughter is having a hard time with this and now I am