19. Selecting all women for a seven-person jury from a pool of 15 men and 15 women 20.) Randomly selecting a three-person committee consisting entirely of Americans from a pool of 12 British people and 18 Americans 21-26: Either/Or Probabilities. Determine whether the following events are overlapping or non-overlapping. Then find the probability of the event. 21. Getting a sum of either 10, 11, or 12 on a roll of two dice 22. Getting a sum of either 6 or 8 on a roll of two dice 23. Drawing either a red 6 or a black 8 on one draw from a regular deck of cards 24.)Drawing either a jack or a spade from a regular deck of cards 25. Selecting three fully charged batteries in a row from a large batch in which 5% of the batteries are dead ollids 26. Randomly meeting three international students in a row on a campus where 1 in 12 students is an international student 27-32: At Least Once Problems. Use the at least once rule to find the probabilities of the following events. 27. Getting at least one tail when tossing four fair coins 28. Getting at least one head when tossing six fair coins 29. Getting rain at least once in six days if the probability of rair on each single day is 0.2 30. Getting high winds at least once in 20 days if the probabilit of high winds on each single day is 0.1

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19. Selecting all women for a seven-person jury from a pool of
15 men and 15 women
20.) Randomly selecting a three-person committee consisting
entirely of Americans from a pool of 12 British people and
18 Americans
21-26: Either/Or Probabilities. Determine whether the following
events are overlapping or non-overlapping. Then find the probability
of the event.
21. Getting a sum of either 10, 11, or 12 on a roll of two dice
22. Getting a sum of either 6 or 8 on a roll of two dice
23. Drawing either a red 6 or a black 8 on one draw from a
regular deck of cards
24.)Drawing either a jack or a spade from a regular deck of
cards
25. Selecting three fully charged batteries in a row from a large
batch in which 5% of the batteries are dead
ollids
26. Randomly meeting three international students in a row
on a campus where 1 in 12 students is an international
student
27-32: At Least Once Problems. Use the at least once rule to find
the probabilities of the following events.
27. Getting at least one tail when tossing four fair coins
28. Getting at least one head when tossing six fair coins
29. Getting rain at least once in six days if the probability of rair
on each single day is 0.2
30. Getting high winds at least once in 20 days if the probabilit
of high winds on each single day is 0.1
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19. Selecting all women for a seven-person jury from a pool of 15 men and 15 women 20.) Randomly selecting a three-person committee consisting entirely of Americans from a pool of 12 British people and 18 Americans 21-26: Either/Or Probabilities. Determine whether the following events are overlapping or non-overlapping. Then find the probability of the event. 21. Getting a sum of either 10, 11, or 12 on a roll of two dice 22. Getting a sum of either 6 or 8 on a roll of two dice 23. Drawing either a red 6 or a black 8 on one draw from a regular deck of cards 24.)Drawing either a jack or a spade from a regular deck of cards 25. Selecting three fully charged batteries in a row from a large batch in which 5% of the batteries are dead ollids 26. Randomly meeting three international students in a row on a campus where 1 in 12 students is an international student 27-32: At Least Once Problems. Use the at least once rule to find the probabilities of the following events. 27. Getting at least one tail when tossing four fair coins 28. Getting at least one head when tossing six fair coins 29. Getting rain at least once in six days if the probability of rair on each single day is 0.2 30. Getting high winds at least once in 20 days if the probabilit of high winds on each single day is 0.1

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