SHOW ALL YOUR WORK TO GET FULL CREDIIS. Exercise 1. (20pts) Carpooling 40% of all commuters...
5. If 40 % of all commuters ride to work in carpools, find the probability that exactly 4 will ride in carpools out of 10 workers? Also find the probability that nobody will ride in carpools out of 10 workers? 6. If 80 % of the applicants are able to pass a driver's proficiency road test, find the average number of applicants who will pass out of 5 applicants. Also find the probability that all applicants will pass the road...
Student Number For the following written questions, write out ALL of your work to get full marks (Question 10- 4 marks) A key machine makes keys with some aaon forjation error. We expect there mEm I to be aero error but the amount is normally distributed with standard the error is no more than 1 mm the key will work ne 0.7 deviation a)What is the probability that a key made will work (the error is no more than 1...
6.149 Exercise. In the online TIME article "America's Health Checkup." A. Park reported that 40% of U.S. adults get no ex- crcise. Il 250 U.S. adults are selected at random, determine the probability that the number who get no exercise a. is exactly 40% of those sampled b. exceeds 40% of those sampled. c. is fewer than 90. 6.150 Food Safety. An article titled "You're Eating That?". pub- lished November 26, 2007, online by the New York Times, dis- cussed...
please show the work on all parts BE SURE TO SHOW YOUR WORK OR YOU WILL NOT GET CREDIT!!! 1) Jack the Ripper flips a quarter 8 times in a row. a) P(at least 1 tail) b) P(exactly 2 tails at most 3 tails) 2) You pay $2 to play a game called Saucy Jacky where you draw 2 cards from a PINOCHLE deck of cards. If you get 2 hearts, you win $10. If you get 1 heart, you...
Answer all of the following questions. For each answer, show your work to get full points (stating the answer alone is not sufficient). 1. You purchased 1,000 shares of stock ABC for $46 per share and 400 shares of stock XYZ for $159 per share exactly one year ago. During the year, stock ABC paid a $.60 dividend per share and XYZ did not pay a dividend. The current stock prices are ABC=S41 per share and XYZ = $174 per...
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Problem 2. (25 Points) To get full credit, please show all your work. The Baruch Star Hotel in Miami, FL is considering doing overbooking in order to deal with the constant problem they have with no-shows. The table given below presents the number of no-shows and the probability of each occurring. # of No- Shows (d) 0 2 3 4 5 Probability of No- Shows occurring P(d) 0.07 0.07 0.10 0.02 0.12 0.01 0.04 0.19 0.16 0.22 6 7 8...
(Must draw out the Venn Diagram and show all work for full credit.) Suppose that A, B, and C are events such that PA-PB0.3, PC 0.55, PIAnB For each of the events given below in parts (a)-(d), do the following: (i) Write a set expression for the event. (Note that there are multiple ways to write this in many cases.) (ii) Evaluate the probability of the event. Hint: Draw the Venn Diagram. You may then want to identify the probabilities...
Must show all your work to get full 12 points. If I can't follow your work mentally, points will be taken off. Please write clearly on the provided lines for input, output(1point), function(2 points), your work (7points). Calculators are only for the last part of your final answers. Alania wants to get to the bus stop as quickly as possible. The bus stop is across a grassy park, 1000 feet west and 400 feet north of her starting position. Alaina...
please provide an explanation for your answer. PLEASE SHOW WORK TO GET FULL UI Problem 2) This problem two independent parts a) and b) a) The number of cars arriving at a fast food drive-through is modeled by a Poisson distribution with an average of 8 cars per hour. What is the nmhability that fewer than 2 cars arrive at the fast food drive-through per 30 minutes. (5 points) (Round b) The time to failure of a component in an...