View Insert Format Tools Table Window Help OFF Document1 Q Search in Docur Design Layout References Mailings Review View X, X Styles Styles Sensitivity Pane Day Night Thu 61 1 Fr712 Sat 087 Sun 076 1. For the problem 1 above (with the contingency table for the day of the week and the time of day the waiter received tips): (a) What is the probability a selected tip for this waiter will be from the daytime? (b) What is the probability a selected tip for this waiter will be from a Friday night? (c) What is the probability a selected tip for this waiter will be from a Thursday? (d) What is the probability a selected tip for this waiter will be from a Thursday or from daytime? (e) Whit is the probability a selected tip for this waiter will be from a Saturday and from daytime? (f) What is the probability a selected tip for this waiter will be from Thursday given it was from the daytime? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. s English (United States) Focus FEB 30

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1. For the problem 1 above (with the contingency table for the day of the week and the time
of day the waiter received tips):
(a) What is the probability a selected tip for this waiter will be from the daytime?
(b) What is the probability a selected tip for this waiter will be from a Friday night?
(c) What is the probability a selected tip for this waiter will be from a Thursday?
(d) What is the probability a selected tip for this waiter will be from a Thursday or
from daytime?
(e) Whit is the probability a selected tip for this waiter will be from a Saturday and
from daytime?
(f) What is the probability a selected tip for this waiter will be from Thursday given
it was from the daytime?
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View Insert Format Tools Table Window Help OFF Document1 Q Search in Docur Design Layout References Mailings Review View X, X Styles Styles Sensitivity Pane Day Night Thu 61 1 Fr712 Sat 087 Sun 076 1. For the problem 1 above (with the contingency table for the day of the week and the time of day the waiter received tips): (a) What is the probability a selected tip for this waiter will be from the daytime? (b) What is the probability a selected tip for this waiter will be from a Friday night? (c) What is the probability a selected tip for this waiter will be from a Thursday? (d) What is the probability a selected tip for this waiter will be from a Thursday or from daytime? (e) Whit is the probability a selected tip for this waiter will be from a Saturday and from daytime? (f) What is the probability a selected tip for this waiter will be from Thursday given it was from the daytime? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. s English (United States) Focus FEB 30

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