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  1. perl
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    least likely is closer to 0% most likely is closer to 100%

  2. anonymous
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    which one ?

  3. perl
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    order them how you would normally order integers 5 < 30 < 80 <90

  4. anonymous
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    5% on friday the least , 90% on Monday the most ?

  5. perl
    • one year ago
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    place in order the 4 days , by percentage chance

  6. anonymous
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    thanks, can you help me more ?

  7. perl
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    ok

  8. perl
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    the proportion of defects 9/1200 is equal to the probability of finding a defective part if you choose a computer at random

  9. anonymous
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    9/1200 =0007.5?

  10. perl
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    right

  11. anonymous
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    =75% ?

  12. perl
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    That fraction is the probability as a number between 0 and 1. As a percentage it is .0075 *100 = 0.75%

  13. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    can you answer more?

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