anonymous
  • anonymous
An experiment was performed 100 times. Let A be a particular event. What is the largest possible value which n(A) could have?
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experimentX
  • experimentX
what is n
experimentX
  • experimentX
idk mean??
anonymous
  • anonymous
11. A weather report indicates that there is a chance of rain in Lancaster County tomorrow morning. Which is a correct interpretation? A) It will rain for hours of the next 24 hours. B) It will rain on of the area of Lancaster County. C) Of past days when conditions were similar, out of 5 of them had some rain. D) None of the other choices.

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experimentX
  • experimentX
i guess D ... 1) statement doesn't say it will rain for hours 2) chance means chance ... not for sure .. "it will rain" is an statement that i will definitely rain. 3) it doesn't say anything about probability ... thought this is also highly probable answer
anonymous
  • anonymous
thank you
anonymous
  • anonymous
An 8-sided die is rolled times with the following results recorded: Outcome Frequency 1 2 3 4 5 0 6 7 8 One can conclude from this experiment that it is not possible to roll a 5 using this die. A) True B) False
anonymous
  • anonymous
experimentX
  • experimentX
could you post here instead ... i really hate to download docs
anonymous
  • anonymous
An 8-sided die is rolled 133 times with the following results recorded:
anonymous
  • anonymous
Outcome Frequency 1 25 2 3 3 13 4 15 5 0 6 15 7 11 8 48
anonymous
  • anonymous
One can conclude from this experiment that it is not possible to roll a 5 using this die true or false
experimentX
  • experimentX
from experimental data analysis point of view .. true
anonymous
  • anonymous
explain
experimentX
  • experimentX
probability of getting 5 = frequency of 5/total no of expts
anonymous
  • anonymous
A card is drawn from a standard 52-card deck. Which of the following are true? (i) P(getting a red card or getting a queen) = 7/13 (ii) P(getting a or getting a red ) = 1/13 (iii) P(getting an ace or a spade) = 4/13 (i) and (ii) only (i) and (iii) only (ii) and (iii) only (i), (ii), and (iii)
experimentX
  • experimentX
why don't you calculate individually??
experimentX
  • experimentX
P(getting a red card or getting a queen) = 26/52+4/52
anonymous
  • anonymous
unsure how to set up equation
experimentX
  • experimentX
P(getting a or getting a red ) = same as above
anonymous
  • anonymous
okay. thanks
experimentX
  • experimentX
P(getting an ace or a spade) = 4/52+13/52
anonymous
  • anonymous
once i have calculated the numbers, then what?
experimentX
  • experimentX
check which of the statements are true ... isn't that what your question asked?
experimentX
  • experimentX
i hope you got your answer
anonymous
  • anonymous
A card is drawn from a standard 52-card deck. Let A be the event "you draw either a 9 or a red 8 ." Compute . (Write your answer as a fraction.)
experimentX
  • experimentX
4/52+4/52
experimentX
  • experimentX
oops ... 2/52 for the latter one
anonymous
  • anonymous
compute when is not P(A)
anonymous
  • anonymous
do i subtract?
anonymous
  • anonymous
How many elements are in the sample space of the experiment "toss 2 dice and flip a coin?" 3 18 72 None of A, B, or C
experimentX
  • experimentX
for not p(A) = 1 - P(a)
experimentX
  • experimentX
18
anonymous
  • anonymous
I set the equation as: p(A) = 1 - 6/52 am i going in the right direction?
experimentX
  • experimentX
A card is drawn from a standard 52-card deck. Let A be the event "you draw either a 9 or a red 8 P(a) = 4/52+2/52 not getting P(A) = 1-P(A)
anonymous
  • anonymous
which, after calculating...46/52
anonymous
  • anonymous
23. A box contains five blue, eight green, and three yellow balls. If a ball is selected at random, what is the probability that it is green?
experimentX
  • experimentX
8/(total marbles)
anonymous
  • anonymous
How many elements are in the sample space of the experiment "toss 2 dice and flip a coin?" 3 18 72 None of A, B, or C
experimentX
  • experimentX
18
experimentX
  • experimentX
try another thread ... i might not be online too long now
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks for helping :)
experimentX
  • experimentX
oops sorry for wrong answer, you answer would be 72 ... just forgot two dices were rolled H, 1, 1 H, 2, 1 ,,,, ,,,,, two places for coin X 6 places for dice 1 X 6 places for dice 2 = 72

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