It costs $10 to play a game. You have a 15% chance of winning. You collect $30 if you win. Otherwise you lose your $10. Find the expected value.
It costs $10 to play a game. You have a 15% chance of winning. You collect $30 if you win. Otherwise you lose your $10. Find the expected value.
How much should Emma agree to pay Tom if Candidate A wins in order to make the game fair? And how would you go about finding the answer?
1.In a game of dice, the probability of rolling a 12 is 1/36. The probability of rolling a 9, 10, or 11 is 9/36. The probability of rolling any other number is 26/36. If the player rolls a 12, the...
Assume 5 out of every 3000 students at a local community college have to quit due to health issues. AN insurance company offers them a $9,000 policy for $50 a year. What is the amount the insurance...
Imagine you are doing research for a term paper in your English class and you have chosen the topic to be “The Benefits and Costs of My State's Lottery”. You find the following information for your...
Based on an insurance company's past data, each year an average of 1/90 policy holders make a claim of $250, 1/100 policy holders make a claim of $12,000, and 1/500 make a claim of $27,000. 7...
The Spring Fling is coming up in a few months and your club needs to make $2500 in order for the club to send 5 members to the annual National Entrepreneur Conference held in San Diego CA. You are...
The Spring Fling is coming up in a few months and your club needs to make $2500 in order for the club to send 5 members to the annual National Entrepreneur Conference held in San Diego CA. You are...
If a test has 30 questions each with 4 answers what would be the expected value if you guessed all 30 questions. The test is out of 100 points.
You are given a deck of cards that has the following break down: 12 ones, 11 twos, 10 threes, 9 fours, 8 fives, 7 sixes, 6 sevens, 5 eights, 4 nines, 3 tens, 2 elevens, and 1 twelve. (78 cards total) From...
57. The following table shows the percentage of individuals in each age group who use an online tax program to prepare their federal income tax return (CompleteTax website, November 9, 2012)...
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Draw 5 cards at random from the deck. For sums < 8 you win double that sum in dollars. For 8 ≤ sum ≤ 20 you lose half your sum in dollars. If sum > 20, you lose total sum in dollars. Find the...
Draw 5 cards at random from the deck. For sums < 8 you win double that sum in dollars. For 8 ≤ sum ≤ 20 you lose half your sum in dollars. If sum > 20, you lose total sum in dollars. Find the...
Draw 5 cards at random from the deck. For sums < 8 you win double that sum in dollars. For 8 ≤ sum ≤ 20 you lose half your sum in dollars. If sum > 20, you lose total sum in dollars. Find the...
Draw 5 cards at random from the deck. For sums < 8 you win double that sum in dollars. For 8 ≤ sum ≤ 20 you lose half your sum in dollars. If sum > 20, you lose total sum in dollars. Find the...
Draw 5 cards at random from the deck. For sums < 8 you win double that sum in dollars. For 8 ≤ sum ≤ 20 you lose half your sum in dollars. If sum > 20, you lose total sum in dollars. Find the...
Draw 5 cards at random from the deck. For sums < 8 you win double that sum in dollars. For 8 ≤ sum ≤ 20 you lose half your sum in dollars. If sum > 20, you lose total sum in dollars. Find the...
Expected Values of Random Variables We already looked at finding the mean in the section on averages. Random variables also have means but their means are not calculated by simply adding up the different variables. The mean of a random variable is more commonly referred to as its Expected Value, i.e. the value you expect to obtain should you carry out some experiment whose outcomes... read more