lilai3
  • lilai3
Glen received 6 birthday cards. If he is equally likely to read the cards in any order, what is the probability he reads the card from his parents and the card from his sister before the other cards?
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experimentX
  • experimentX
question unclear ... if you mean in order than, it's 1/6x1/5
lilai3
  • lilai3
i typed dat straight out of my hmwk...-__-
eyust707
  • eyust707
your homework has just slightly better grammar

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lilai3
  • lilai3
? wut u mean by dat... eyust707?
eyust707
  • eyust707
hehe im just teasing you.
lilai3
  • lilai3
tsh..... :)
experimentX
  • experimentX
well, i think you should really be clear about the situation presented by the question
lilai3
  • lilai3
is it 1/6? cuz den it says here dat 'he reads the cards from his parents and the cards from his sister b4 da other cards?' wait..is dat suppose 2 b 1 card altogether or 2..or 3?
experimentX
  • experimentX
then it's 1/30 ... fist one from parent THEN from sister before others means he reads in specific order
lilai3
  • lilai3
u're absolute ( from your instinicts) that the asnwer is 1/20... right?
anonymous
  • anonymous
\[\left(\frac{2}{6}\right)\left(\frac{1}{5}\right)\text{=}\frac{1}{15}\]The probability of selecting a card either from the parents or the sister is 2/6. The probability of selecting the other card from the sister or from the parents is 1/5.
lilai3
  • lilai3
thank you very much!
anonymous
  • anonymous
Your are welcome. Thank you for the medal.
lilai3
  • lilai3
yw :)
lilai3
  • lilai3
and good nite, amigos (btw, don't think i'm spanish... cuz i'm not!)

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