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I think 8b should be 0.8 not 0.3

Or the (d) Give all the outcomes in the
n is 5.
-um of the outcomes
7. Consider an experiment that consists of determining
the type of job- either blue collar or white collar-
and the political affiliation-Republican, Democratic, or
Independent- of the 15 members of an adult soccer team.
ne to
t can
outcomes are
How many
(a) in the sample space?
(b) in the event that at least one of the team members is a
blue-collar worker?
(c) in the event that none of the team members considers
himself or herself an Independent?
8. Suppose that A and B are mutually exclusive events for
which P(A) .3 and P(B) .5. What is the probabil-
n A, ity that
(a) either A or B occurs?
(b) A occurs but B does not?
ich
that
(c) both A and B occur?
and
tor
9. A retail establishment accepts either the American
i is
Express or the VISA credit card. A total of 24 percen
of its customers carry an American Express card, ol
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What percentage of its customers carry a credit card that
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and
the establishment will accept?
th
Let
10. Sixty percent of the students at a certain school wear
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Or the (d) Give all the outcomes in the n is 5. -um of the outcomes 7. Consider an experiment that consists of determining the type of job- either blue collar or white collar- and the political affiliation-Republican, Democratic, or Independent- of the 15 members of an adult soccer team. ne to t can outcomes are How many (a) in the sample space? (b) in the event that at least one of the team members is a blue-collar worker? (c) in the event that none of the team members considers himself or herself an Independent? 8. Suppose that A and B are mutually exclusive events for which P(A) .3 and P(B) .5. What is the probabil- n A, ity that (a) either A or B occurs? (b) A occurs but B does not? ich that (c) both A and B occur? and tor 9. A retail establishment accepts either the American i is Express or the VISA credit card. A total of 24 percen of its customers carry an American Express card, ol his cent carry a VISA card, and 11 percent carry both cards What percentage of its customers carry a credit card that per- and the establishment will accept? th Let 10. Sixty percent of the students at a certain school wear he neither a ring nor a necklace. Twenty percent wear a ring and 30 percent wear a necklann

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3731
MUF I-50
PCA)0.3 PCB-0,5mutually exclusivepnbablity
PCA UB)PCA+ PCB 3.50
8,
either A or B accurs
Aacaurs kut nat B P CANB
Matually exclusive so p(AB)eCAP
Aand B: AnBa0 mutually excluswe
PCAUB)= PCA PCB)-PCAnE
PCA)1-P
0.3+1-05
=0,8
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,2= PCR)
0,3=PCN)
PCRAND 0.1
PRUN=PCAPCNS-P CRAN) =0.2+0.3-0104
PAAN= PCR)+P (N).6-10.2 +0.3+0,6=0.1
12 F=0,28 PC-.26 PCG),16PCSAF=012,FEAG),0
PCFA6)-0.06, PSAFAG)- 0.02
a1-P(SUFUG)=
P(SVFUE) PCs)+PCF)+PCG-PSF-PCsn G)-PCFa
+ PCsnFnG
-PCSUFUG) 1-P(-PF)-FCG)P(snF) PS
+ P CFAG)- FCSAFAG
-0.28-0.26-0.16 +0/2 +0,04
0,06-0. 02
0,5
bPCSAFnG)+ PsnF46+PCsCEAG)
P)-PCSAF)-P(SAG)+ PCP)-P(Sn-PFA+P-PNP
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0.26
2
50%%
-2549 1079075
H200
2not =-1o
4,PC=0,212, PM)-0,47, P)-.525, PAAG=042
PCMA6)= 0,17, PCMaR) 0,086, PCMAP6=0,025
PCR)+ PCM)P C)-FCRAM) PCP a6)-PCMAGFnMAG
0.312+ 0,47 0.525-0,042-0086-0.147+ ,025
1.057#1 bad data
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3731 MUF I-50 PCA)0.3 PCB-0,5mutually exclusivepnbablity PCA UB)PCA+ PCB 3.50 8, either A or B accurs Aacaurs kut nat B P CANB Matually exclusive so p(AB)eCAP Aand B: AnBa0 mutually excluswe PCAUB)= PCA PCB)-PCAnE PCA)1-P 0.3+1-05 =0,8 O,24+0.61-010,74, 74% lieely 0, -PCR)-PCN)+ PCRnN)=.6 ,2= PCR) 0,3=PCN) PCRAND 0.1 PRUN=PCAPCNS-P CRAN) =0.2+0.3-0104 PAAN= PCR)+P (N).6-10.2 +0.3+0,6=0.1 12 F=0,28 PC-.26 PCG),16PCSAF=012,FEAG),0 PCFA6)-0.06, PSAFAG)- 0.02 a1-P(SUFUG)= P(SVFUE) PCs)+PCF)+PCG-PSF-PCsn G)-PCFa + PCsnFnG -PCSUFUG) 1-P(-PF)-FCG)P(snF) PS + P CFAG)- FCSAFAG -0.28-0.26-0.16 +0/2 +0,04 0,06-0. 02 0,5 bPCSAFnG)+ PsnF46+PCsCEAG) P)-PCSAF)-P(SAG)+ PCP)-P(Sn-PFA+P-PNP = 0.28-0.12- 0.04+0.26-0.12-006 0.16-0,04-006 0.26 2 50%% -2549 1079075 H200 2not =-1o 4,PC=0,212, PM)-0,47, P)-.525, PAAG=042 PCMA6)= 0,17, PCMaR) 0,086, PCMAP6=0,025 PCR)+ PCM)P C)-FCRAM) PCP a6)-PCMAGFnMAG 0.312+ 0,47 0.525-0,042-0086-0.147+ ,025 1.057#1 bad data 1 IT

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