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at a homeowners accosication meeting a board memenber can vote yes or no on a motiion. there are three motions on which the board memenber must vote. determine the probablity that a board member votes yes on all 3 motions

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  1. anonymous
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    how many homeowners are there?

  2. anonymous
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    it doesnt say it only says that they are 3 motions

  3. anonymous
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    yes yes yes yes yes no yes no yes yes no no no no no no yes yes no yes no no no yes

  4. anonymous
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    there are total eight possible ways of voting.Out of which you want only one (all 3 yes).So the probability is 1/8

  5. anonymous
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    ok so.. about 24

  6. anonymous
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    so 1 out of 8

  7. anonymous
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    \[1/2^3\] since the total amount is \[2^3\] and there is only one occurence of all yes

  8. anonymous
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    1/8

  9. anonymous
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    so what would be the probability that a board member votes yes on atleast one motion

  10. anonymous
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    well there is only one occurence where they vote all no, so that means that the remaining possibilities have at least one yes. so 7/8

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    thanks

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