anonymous
  • anonymous
Need help please There are three Gala apples and two Macintosh apples in a basket. You pick two apples from the basket. a) Develop a probability distribution X for the number of Gala apples selected
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anonymous
  • anonymous
There are 3 gala out of 5 apples, the 2 gala out of 4 apples. So to find the probability you must solve this 3/5x2/4=???
anonymous
  • anonymous
i got 3/10? @gaos
anonymous
  • anonymous
Right

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Awesome now I have a part b) if you could help me with that I would really appreciate it! It says what is the probability that only one apple picked will be a Gala apple? @gaos
anonymous
  • anonymous
Let's suppose that the first is gala and the second is macntosh. So there are 3 gala out of 5 and 2 Macintosh out of 4 How much is 3/5x2/4=???
anonymous
  • anonymous
3/10 @gaos
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes
anonymous
  • anonymous
But that was the answer to the first question? Im confused @gaos
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes, that happened because when you took one gala from the set it remains 2 out four. But in that set only have two Macintosh out of 4. Then, it turns out that the probability for both is the same
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay now in the way of writing it to show my work how would i got about that? Could i just write: 3gala/5 apples x 2 Macintosh/4 apples= 3/10
anonymous
  • anonymous
@gaos
anonymous
  • anonymous
That's right
anonymous
  • anonymous
Awesome youre the best! Thank YOu @gaos
anonymous
  • anonymous
Anytime sweetie

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