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- ashontae19

I NEED FAST HELP WILL GIVE MEDAL

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- ashontae19

Can someone please help me

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- anonymous

i think its a

- ashontae19

thank you can you answer one more

- anonymous

lol ok

- anonymous

also that soda pop question: you'd take the chance of each outcome and multiply

- anonymous

so that would be 0.02*0.98 = ?
(the 0.98 comes from the chance that the soda is filled, so .100-.02)

- ashontae19

you want me to answer?

- ashontae19

0.0196

- anonymous

yep! you were right the first time

- anonymous

and the second one you sent, you basically just combine all the sets

- anonymous

just as long as it includes all the numbers

- ashontae19

so it not a???? and can you help me because im in a rush and i dont want to miss anything out

- anonymous

which question are you speaking of?

- ashontae19

the sets

- anonymous

the set one should be C, but thats because it includes the 6

- ashontae19

so how i did you do that

- anonymous

you just look at the numbers in all the sets and combine them together since it asks for A U B U C. that means the union of all those, so basically all the numbers included in those sets

- ashontae19

so add all the sets and what

- anonymous

well not add them as in add the values, just combine the sets, excluding duplicates

- anonymous

in all those sets, we have a 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and a 7. so the answer should include all of those

- anonymous

for the first one, you multiply the probability of him making the goal by the probability of him making the goal each time he tries

- anonymous

sorry if that doesnt make sense

- anonymous

basically since he has the same probability of making the goal each time, it would be 0.75*0.75*0.75

- ashontae19

im really in rush to be honest i did all the work i just want to know if i am right

- anonymous

what did you get for that one?

- ashontae19

3/8

- anonymous

I got 27/64th

- ashontae19

for the sets a and c i got c is that correct?

- ashontae19

it was the second question i posted

- anonymous

ah for the set one, since it's not union this time, its the intersection, so between the two sets A and C you just want to find what numbers the two sets have in common

- ashontae19

so the answet would be???

- anonymous

so just 2 and 3

- ashontae19

ok thank you i was just about to type that

- ashontae19

for the third one a and b i got d

- anonymous

and for the third set one, it would be the combination

- anonymous

thats exactly right

- ashontae19

thank you for the deck of cards the last one i got 1/8

- anonymous

now for the last one

- anonymous

since there's 8 outcomes that fit for that and 52 total cards, you'd take 8 over 52 and just reduce it

- ashontae19

2/3?

- anonymous

2/13

- ashontae19

2/13

- anonymous

yes

- anonymous

is that all?

- anonymous

it would be B on that one. as long as x is a vowel, which is what that set contains

- ashontae19

ok thank you so much

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