rksWindowHelpd2l.mu.edues/documents/arts-scien...https://www.marquette.edu/mucentral/registrar/documents/Fo..1700-exam-3- MATHProblem 2. Suppose out of 50 tables in a restaurant, 35 have a person who orderedwith his/her entree, 25 have a person who ordered salad with his/her entree, and 10 haveordered both.soup(a) How many tables will have neither a soup nor a salad delivered to them?(b) How many tables will only have a salad delivered?(c) What is the probability that a table will have a soup or a salad delivered?(d) What is the probability that a table will not have a soup delivered?(e) Are the events "soup delivered to the table" and "salad delivered to the table" mutu-ally exclusive? Are they independent? Justify your answers.Problem 3. Suppose the BART train system in California has 5 backup generators in usein the North Bay Area for when PG&E cuts power. Each one of them has a probabilityo.99 of functioning when turned on. You may assume independence of the generators.(a) What is the probability that none of the generators will work?(b) If we require the use of 2 generators to provide enough power for the day, what isthe probability we will not be able to provide that power?Problem 4. Suppose that the probability a farm in Wisconsin raises dairy cattle is o.4,the probability it grows corn is o.6, and the probability that it raises/grows both cattleand corn is o.2. Given that a farm is growing corn, what's the probability it also raisescattle?Problem 5. Suppose you will keep parkingparking ticket. The probability of getting a parking ticket on any particular day is o.4and the days can be assumed to be independent. What is the probability you will haveparked for 15 days before you got your third ticket?on campus illegally until you get your 3rdProblem 6. Find the probability under the standard normal curve of each of the follow-ing:Data NTosae/21

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Problem 2. Suppose out of 50 tables in a restaurant, 35 have a person who ordered
with his/her entree, 25 have a person who ordered salad with his/her entree, and 10 have
ordered both.
soup
(a) How many tables will have neither a soup nor a salad delivered to them?
(b) How many tables will only have a salad delivered?
(c) What is the probability that a table will have a soup or a salad delivered?
(d) What is the probability that a table will not have a soup delivered?
(e) Are the events "soup delivered to the table" and "salad delivered to the table" mutu-
ally exclusive? Are they independent? Justify your answers.
Problem 3. Suppose the BART train system in California has 5 backup generators in use
in the North Bay Area for when PG&E cuts power. Each one of them has a probability
o.99 of functioning when turned on. You may assume independence of the generators.
(a) What is the probability that none of the generators will work?
(b) If we require the use of 2 generators to provide enough power for the day, what is
the probability we will not be able to provide that power?
Problem 4. Suppose that the probability a farm in Wisconsin raises dairy cattle is o.4,
the probability it grows corn is o.6, and the probability that it raises/grows both cattle
and corn is o.2. Given that a farm is growing corn, what's the probability it also raises
cattle?
Problem 5. Suppose you will keep parking
parking ticket. The probability of getting a parking ticket on any particular day is o.4
and the days can be assumed to be independent. What is the probability you will have
parked for 15 days before you got your third ticket?
on campus illegally until you get your 3rd
Problem 6. Find the probability under the standard normal curve of each of the follow-
ing:
Data NTosae
/2
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rks Window Help d2l.mu.edu es/documents/arts-scien... https://www.marquette.edu/mucentral/registrar/documents/Fo.. 1700-exam-3- MATH Problem 2. Suppose out of 50 tables in a restaurant, 35 have a person who ordered with his/her entree, 25 have a person who ordered salad with his/her entree, and 10 have ordered both. soup (a) How many tables will have neither a soup nor a salad delivered to them? (b) How many tables will only have a salad delivered? (c) What is the probability that a table will have a soup or a salad delivered? (d) What is the probability that a table will not have a soup delivered? (e) Are the events "soup delivered to the table" and "salad delivered to the table" mutu- ally exclusive? Are they independent? Justify your answers. Problem 3. Suppose the BART train system in California has 5 backup generators in use in the North Bay Area for when PG&E cuts power. Each one of them has a probability o.99 of functioning when turned on. You may assume independence of the generators. (a) What is the probability that none of the generators will work? (b) If we require the use of 2 generators to provide enough power for the day, what is the probability we will not be able to provide that power? Problem 4. Suppose that the probability a farm in Wisconsin raises dairy cattle is o.4, the probability it grows corn is o.6, and the probability that it raises/grows both cattle and corn is o.2. Given that a farm is growing corn, what's the probability it also raises cattle? Problem 5. Suppose you will keep parking parking ticket. The probability of getting a parking ticket on any particular day is o.4 and the days can be assumed to be independent. What is the probability you will have parked for 15 days before you got your third ticket? on campus illegally until you get your 3rd Problem 6. Find the probability under the standard normal curve of each of the follow- ing: Data NTosae /2 1

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First circle denotes number of people who ordered soup. This circle  includes people who ordered salad as well.

Second circle denotes number of people who ordered salad. This circle includes people who ordered soup as well.

Area outlined in red denotes the number of people who ordered both soup and salad.

The blue rectangular outline shows total number of people.

White space inside blue rectangular outline has people that ordered neither soup nor salad.

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From the given condition, 10 tables wll order both soup and salad. That gives us the number of people in red outline.

Number of tables who ordered soup are 35. This includes tables that order both. Therefore, tables that order only soup are 35 - 10 = 25

Number of tables who ordered salad are 25. Thi...

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