426 Answered Questions for the topic Finite Math

Finite Math Math Finance

1d

Insurance policy finite

As a fringe benefit, Dennis Taylor receives a $51,000 life insurance policy from his employer. The probability that Dennis will live another year is 0.9615. If he purchases the same coverage for... more
Finite Math Math

1d

Term life insurance & death probability

A man wishes to purchase a 5-year term-life insurance policy that will pay the beneficiary $25,000 in the event that the man's death occurs during the next 5 years. Using life insurance tables, he... more
Finite Math

12d

Finite Mathmatics/ Counting

Three Couple Scenario: A family, B family, C family. B and C family must sit together, how many different ways can these families be seated?3 women must be seated together, and the 3 men will take... more
Finite Math

15d

Help please I don't know how to solve

Let A, B, and C be subsets of a universal set U and suppose n(U) = 100, n(A) = 26, n(B) = 28, n(C) = 32, n(A ∩ B) = 6, n(A ∩ C) = 9, n(B ∩ C) = 14, and n(A ∩ B ∩ C)... more
Finite Math

20d

how many acres of each should Jan plant if she wants the same amount of corn and soybeans?

Jan has 150 acres of farm land that she wants to plant with either corn or soybeans. If 200 bushels of corn grow per acre and 800 bushels of soybeans grow per acre, how many acres of each should... more
Finite Math Probability

28d

If P(G) = 0.42, P(H) = 0.59, and P(G ∩ H) = 0.13, find the following probabilities:

4. If P(G) = 0.42, P(H) = 0.59, and P(G ∩ H) = 0.13, find the following probabilities:(a) P(G ∪ H) =(b) (4 points) P(Gc ∪ Hc) =(c) P(Hc ∩ G) =d) P(Hc|G) =
Finite Math

03/12/21

What is the formula for the size of the union of three sets A, B and C

In Finite Math they ask many questions about the size of a set that is related to other sets. If you know the formulae you can get the answer quickly..

02/23/21

Finite mathematics 1st year college homework help

Hi I'm struggling with two questions and would love some help.1. Brian requires 2100 calories per day to maintain his daily activities and to maintain a constant weight. He wants to gain weight.... more
Finite Math Math

02/19/21

Finite help please

An experiment consists of two independent trials. The outcomes of the first trial are A, B, and C, with probabilities of occurring equal to 0.2, 0.2, and 0.6, respectively. The outcomes of the... more
Finite Math Mathematics

02/09/21

Finite math help please do

A list of poker hands, ranked in order from the highest to the lowest, is shown in the accompanying table along with a description and example of each hand. Use the table to help you answer the... more
Finite Math Mathematics

02/08/21

Cavallaro’s fruit stand

A customer from Cavallaro's Fruit Stand picks a sample of 5 oranges at random from a crate containing 75 oranges, of which 6 are rotten. What is the probability that the sample contains 1 or more... more

02/08/21

Among 500 freshmen

Among 500 freshmen pursuing a business degree at a university, 318 are enrolled in an economics course, 210 are enrolled in a mathematics course, and 120 are enrolled in both an economics and a... more
Finite Math

02/06/21

Find the total cost function, total profit function, and what is the profit for the company if 2200 units are produced and sold each week?

A division of Chapman Corporation manufactures a pager. The weekly fixed cost for the division is 24000, and the variable cost for producing pagers/week in dollars is represented by the function.... more
Finite Math

02/04/21

Upstream and Downstream

A freight train and an AMTRAK train leave towns that are 450 miles apart and travel toward each other. They pass each other in 5 hours. The AMTRAK train travels 20 miles per hour faster that the... more
Finite Math

02/04/21

Upstream and Downstream

A freight train and an AMTRAK train leave towns that are 450 miles apart and travel toward each other. They pass each other in 5 hours. The AMTRAK train travels 20 miles per hour faster that the... more
Finite Math Business finance

01/30/21

Please help ASAP

Let S = {d, e, j, q, s, y} be a sample space of an experiment and let F = {d, q, y} and G = {e, j, s} be events of this experiment. (Enter ∅ for the empty set.)Find the... more

01/30/21

Let S = {d, g, k, r, u, x} be a sample space of an experiment

Let S = {d, g, k, r, u, x} be a sample space of an experiment and let E = {d, g} and F = {d, r, x} be events of this experiment. (Enter ∅ for the empty set.)Find the... more

01/14/21

Finite math help please

A state Motor Vehicle Department requires learners to pass a written test on the motor vehicle laws of the state. The exam consists of twenty true-or-false questions, of which eighteen must be... more
Finite Math Math Calculus Precalculus

01/13/21

The random variable X represents the total number of coins taken. Find Pr(X=3)

A jar has 1 quarter, 1 dime and 12 pennies. Coins are taken out of the jar one after the other without replacement, until a penny is picked, at which point no more coins are picked. The random... more
Finite Math Math Calculus Precalculus

01/13/21

Find n(A’∪B) Finite

Suppose that A and B are subsets of a universal set U. Suppose that:N(U)=50N(A)=10n(B)=38 n(A’ ∩ B’)= 15Find n(A’∪B)
Finite Math Math Calculus Precalculus

01/13/21

Find Probability of X=3

A bag had 1 red ball, 1 blue ball, and 12 green balls. Balls are taken out of the bag at random, one after the other and without replacement until a green ball is picked, at which point no more... more
Finite Math Math Calculus Precalculus

01/13/21

Conditional Probability

A piggy bank contains 4 Quarters, 3 dimes and 2 nickels. Two coins are taken out of the piggy bank, one after the other without replacement. Find the conditional probability that the first coin... more

01/07/21

In a survey of 250 employees of a company regarding their 401(K) investments,

In a survey of 250 employees of a company regarding their 401(K) investments, the following data were obtained.145 had investments in stock funds.94 had investments in bond funds.73 had investments... more
Finite Math Math

01/07/21

Let A, B, and C be subsets of a universal set U

Let A, B, and C be subsets of a universal set U and suppose n(U) = 200,n(A) = 23, n(B) = 25, n(C) = 29, n(A ∩ B) = 8, n(A ∩ C) = 9, n(B ∩ C) = 16,and n(A ∩ B ∩ C)... more

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