Since no question number is mentioned, I am doing the first one as per the guidelines.
TO SU Part 1: Probability were cay 1. A question on a multiple-choice test has 10...
19. A Card Game 19. A Card Game Three students are playing a card game. They decide to choose the first person to play by each selectinga card from the 52-card deck and look- ing for the highest card in value and suit. They rank the suits from lowest to highest: clubs, diamonds, hearts, and spades. a. If the card is replaced in the deck after each student chooses, how many possible configurations of the three choices are possible? b....
Help with 1-3 MA 321 Probability&Statistics Basic Probability Worksheet 1 Dr. Lisa M.James Spring 2019 Instructions: On a separate sheet of paper, respond to the following problems. Only neat work will be accepted. All pages submitted should have straight edges 1. A couple is planning to have 3 children and are concerned with what the gender of their children will be. a. What is the sample space S of the above experiment? Use "B" for boy and "G" for girl....
1. (25 total points) Probability and card games; Recall that an ordinary decdk of playing cards has 52 cards of which 13 cards are from each of the four suits hearts, diamonds, spades, and clubs. Each suit contains the cards 2 to 10, ace, jack, queen, and king. (a) (10 points) Three cards are randomly selected, without replacement, from an or- dinary deck of 52 playing cards. Compute the conditional probability that the first card selected is a spade, given...
B ahorce Maca r e are 10 gerent sontware packages from which to select. How many different groups of software packages can be selected? 41 3. (14 points) A special deck of cards is formed by including a color and shape on each card, with numbers of cards available as shown in the table: Triangle Square Circle Total 20 12 Green 18 Red Total 136 Blue 61 One of these cards is randomly selected What is the probability that the...
please explain and show work for the parts I missed 1) You decide to play a few games of Texas Hold'em. Each player is dealt 2 cards from a fair deck of 52 cards. a) How many combinations of 2-card hands are there? (Points: 2) 52 C2 = 1326 +2 b) How many different orderings of 2-card hands are there? (Points: 2) 52 P₂ = 2652 +2 will randomly select 5 digits (the values 0. 1. 2..... 9). If the...
MULTIPLE CHOICE SECTION . Lisa has 4 skirts, 8 blouses, and 2 jackets. How many 3-piece outfits can she put together? A) 32 B) 64 C) 14 D) 128 34. A combination lock has 20 numbers on it. How many different 3-digit lock combinations are possible if no digit can be repeated? A) 2280 B) 6840 C) 1140 D) 380 35. A church has 10 bells in its bell tower. Before each church service 3 bells are rung in sequence....
M5 Problem Set Score: 43.5/67 37/41 answered 6 VOC Question 31 < > B0/2 pts 5399 Details An experienced teacher writes an exam so that, on average, about 5% of students will earn an A grade. If she has 26 students in her class and their performance is independent, what is the probability that at least one student gets an A? Round your answer to four decimal places. Question Help: Message instructor Submit Question M5 Problem Set 6 VO ......
1.A fair six-sided die is rolled. {1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6} Let event A = the outcome is greater than 4. Let event B = the outcome is an even number. Find P(A|B). A.0 B.1/3 C.2/3 C.3/3 2.A student stays at home. Let event N = the student watches Netflix. Let event Y = the student watches the very educational youtube videos made by her/his instructor.Suppose P(N) = 0.1, P(Y) = 0.8, and P(N and Y) = 0. Are N and...
1. A statistics professor posted 10 review problems on probability distributions: 4 problems were on discrete distributions and 6 on continuous distributions. He then announced to his students that he will randomly select 3 problems out of those posted problems and use them on the midterm exam. Let X be the number of posted problems the professor ends up using on the exam that deal with discrete distributions. a. How many different selections of 3 problems are possible? b. Find...
14. A combination lock uses three numbers between 1 and 91 with repetition, and they must be selected in the correct sequence. Which of the five counting rules is used to find that number? How many different"combinations" are possible? Is the name of "combination lock" appropriate? If not, what other name would be better? Which of the five counting rules is used to find that number? A. Permutations rule (when all of the items are different) B.Combinations rule C.Factorial rule...