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Question 3-Die rolls using probability model
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a) What is the probability for rolling a 4 on the next roll?
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b) What is the probability for rolling a prime number on the next roll?
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B 63/89 89 88 8 82 00 88 9 Bae aB B as Question 3-Die rolls using probability model oigedt no 0 g sdong iw vs a) What is the probability for rolling a 4 on the next roll? Explain how you got your b) What is the probability for rolling a prime number on the next roll? answer. s2 utlay sd2 bib o sbioob or ysw ilst s ed bluow it 26W 19 ot. YEW 1 The singular is "die", the plural is "dice"

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Step 1

a)

The probability for rolling a 4 on the next roll:

It is given that die is rolled one time.

When a six sided die is rolled one time, the probability of each outcome is 1/6.

The sample space when a die is rolled is {1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6} and all outcomes are equally likely.

The sample space contains the value 4. Thus, the probability of rolling a 4 is 1.

In other words, the probability that the die comes up value 4 is obtained as follows:

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Total number of favourable cases P(Event) Total number of cases P(Rolling a 4) =0.1667

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b)

The probability for rolling a prime number on the next roll:

The sample space when a die is rolled is {1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6} and all outcomes are equally likely.

The sample space contains t...

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3 P(Prime number 0.5

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