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eleven cards say M A T H E M A T I C S are in a box. what is the probability of selecting m and then another m with replacement of the first one? please help!!!
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eleven cards say M A T H E M A T I C S are in a box. what is the probability of selecting m and then another m with replacement of the first one? please help!!!
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anonymous
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help!!!!!!
anonymous
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4/121
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thank you so much i couldnt understand it!!

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anonymous
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suppose i had two cards, M and A. What is the probability that you would choose M?
anonymous
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P(X1 = M) = 2/11 P(X2 = M) = 2/11 P(X1 = M AND X2 = M) = P(X1 = M given that X2 = M) . P(X2=M) = 2/11 . 2/11 (since the probabilities don't depend on each other). P(X1 = M AND X2 = M) = 4/121
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Oh, I see I took too long.
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lol.

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