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Only 21% of the candidates who apply for an MBA program in a university are called for an interview, and only 5% of those who are called for an interview are offered admission. If the name of a candidate is picked at random from the list of all applicants, what is the probability that the candidate will finally be offered admission?
11.11%
15.11%
1.05%
1.01%
10.01%

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- anonymous

What do you think?

- anonymous

i have no idea tbh

- anonymous

21% is the same thing as 0.21
5% is the same thing as 0.05
Multiply 0.21 * 0.05

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- anonymous

i got 0.0105

- anonymous

move the decimal over two spots (shouldve learned that in your lesson)

- anonymous

thanx man

- anonymous

np

- anonymous

you have anymore questions?

- anonymous

ya my bad 4 the long reply @KakeFace

- anonymous

np

- anonymous

so anymore questions?

- anonymous

ya gmmie a min sever crashed lol

- anonymous

ok

- anonymous

An experiment consists of selecting a number at random between 0 and 9 inclusive, and a letter from the English alphabet. What is the size of the sample space of this experiment?
35
36
52
234
260
the answer is b right?

- anonymous

1 sec im working it out

- anonymous

ight

- anonymous

10 numbers to choose from, and 26 letters. This gives you a total of 10x26 pairs, or 260.
If you pick 0 as a number, you have 26 letters to match:
(0, a), (0, b), ..., (0, z)
If you pick 1 as a number, there are still 26 letters to match:
(1, a), (1, b), ..., (1, z)
and so on.

- anonymous

but the answer is B.. no?

- anonymous

it is B

- anonymous

fashoo

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any more questions?

- anonymous

yes please

- anonymous

ok throw them at me

- anonymous

The probabilities of the top-selling menu item of the family restaurants in four towns being vegetarian and different types of non-vegetarian sandwiches are given in the table.
Town Vegetable
Sandwich Non-vegetarian
Chicken Sandwich Non-vegetarian
Ham Sandwich Non-vegetarian
Bacon Sandwich Non-vegetarian
Tuna Sandwich
Town 1 6.63% 5.42% 7.05% 6.19% 5.91%
Town 2 6.84% 7.11% 6.89% 5.69% 6.58%
Town 3 5.97% 6.63% 5.72% 5.86% 5.79%
Town 4 6.54% 5.86% 6.24% 6.24% 6.33%
Total 6.24% 5.77% 6.03% 5.92% 6.27%%
If a family restaurant in Town 2 has a non-vegetarian sandwich as its top-selling menu item, what is the probability that it is a tuna sandwich?
21.7%
25.0%
27.4%
62.7%
65.8%

- anonymous

what o you think for the first one?

- anonymous

this 1 has me completly stuck 2

- anonymous

ok 1 sec

- anonymous

ight

- anonymous

You just add the percentages from all the towns under the ham sandwich and divide 6.24 from the number you get. But i still cant get the right answer

- anonymous

so should i wait

- anonymous

1 sec ima try to work it out again

- anonymous

ight

- anonymous

is there a graph or a table for the first one?... the way its set up like that is confusing

- anonymous

my bad didnt notive that let me get a sec stupid sever crashed again

- anonymous

ok

- anonymous

dam i think the severs might be down 4 2 day c u 2morrow sorry man

- anonymous

wait i might still be able to work it out

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