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Leander rolls a standard die twice. Which of the following compound events has the greatest chance of occurring? the probability of 2 and 2 the probability of 2 and 5 the probability of 5 and even the probability of even and even
this stuff is hard
ask @amistre64 for that..
i dont think he is on
when in doubt, draw up a table ....
1 2 3 4 5 6 1 (1,1) (1,2) (1,3) 2 3 4 5 6 and so on
this is very hard for me
logically, there are more "even" numbers than "single" numbers so the chance that an even number happens is very high; 1/2
the chance that a single value presents itself is just 1/6
since the first 2 probabilities are the same: #,# we cant choose both of them as correct can we? #,even would be calculated as: 1/6 * 1/2, and there are a few ways that could happen even,even would be calculated as: 1/2 * 1/2, and there are a few ways that could happen
without any calculations, which one do you think has the best chance of happening?
2 and a 2
2,2, or 2,2; 2 out of 36 2,5 or 5,2; 2 out of 36 5,2 or 5,4 or 5,6 2,5 or 4,5 or 6,5; 6 out of 36 2,2 or 2,4 or 2,6 4,2 or 4,4 or 4,6 6,2 or 6,4 or 6,6; 9 out of 36
the more ways there are to get a favorable outcome, the higher the probability of it happening
since 9 is the biggest pool of events .... id say the even,even has the highest chance of occuring
Horatio has a pack of candies containing 4 strawberry, 2 lemon, 1 lime, and 3 orange flavored chews, in random order. If he eats each candy immediately after taking it out of the pack, which multiplication expression can be used to determine the probability that the first two candies he eats are lemon? two-ninths times one-ninth two-tenths times one-ninth two-tenths times one-tenth two-tenths times two-tenths can you help me with this one
we would perfer that if a question is satisfied, that you close it and post a new one. This allows others the chance to gain medals for best responses.
i got class starting soon, so i have to run