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James Stewart + 2 others

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781305071742

Chapter 14.2, Problem 61E

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**APPLICATIONS**

**Balls in a Jar **Jar A contains three red balls and four white balls. Jar B contains five red balls and two white balls. Which one of the following ways of randomly selecting balls gives the greatest probability of drawing two red balls?

(i) Draw two balls from Jar B.

(ii) Draw one ball from each Jar.

(iii) Put all the balls in one Jar, and then draw two balls.

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The conditional probability of E given that F...Ch. 14.2 - Let E and F be events in a sample space S. aThe...Ch. 14.2 - Rolling a Die An experiment consists of rolling a...Ch. 14.2 - Tossing a coin An experiment consists of tossing a...Ch. 14.2 - 720 Probability by Counting These exercises...Ch. 14.2 - 720 Probability by Counting These exercises...Ch. 14.2 - 9-10 A die is rolled. Find the probability of the...Ch. 14.2 - 9-10 A die is rolled. 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Find...Ch. 14.2 - 31-32 A jar contains five red balls numbered 1 to...Ch. 14.2 - 31-32 A jar contains five red balls numbered 1 to...Ch. 14.2 - 33-40 Intersection of Events These exercises...Ch. 14.2 - 33-40 Intersection of Events These exercises...Ch. 14.2 - 33-40 Intersection of Events These exercises...Ch. 14.2 - 33-40 Intersection of Events These exercises...Ch. 14.2 - 33-40 Intersection of Events These exercises...Ch. 14.2 - 33-40 Intersection of Events These exercises...Ch. 14.2 - 39-40 Spinners A and B shown in the figure are...Ch. 14.2 - 39-40 Spinners A and B shown in the figure are...Ch. 14.2 - Four Siblings A couple intends to have four...Ch. 14.2 - Bridge Hands What is the probability that a...Ch. 14.2 - Roulette An American roulette wheel has 38 slots....Ch. 14.2 - Making Words A toddler has wooden blocks showing...Ch. 14.2 - Lottery In the 6/49 lottery game, a player selects...Ch. 14.2 - An unlikely event The president of a large company...Ch. 14.2 - Guessing on a test An exam has ten true-false...Ch. 14.2 - Quality Control To control the quality of their...Ch. 14.2 - Monkeys Typing Shakespeare An often-quoted example...Ch. 14.2 - Making Words A monkey is trained to arrange wooden...Ch. 14.2 - APPLICATIONS Making Words A toddler has eight...Ch. 14.2 - APPLICATIONS Horse Race Eight horses are entered...Ch. 14.2 - APPLICATIONS Genetics Many genetic traits are...Ch. 14.2 - APPLICATIONS Genetics Refer to Exercise 53. Make a...Ch. 14.2 - APPLICATIONS Roulette An American roulette wheel...Ch. 14.2 - APPLICATIONS Choosing a Committee A committee of...Ch. 14.2 - APPLICATIONS Snake eyes What is the probability of...Ch. 14.2 - APPLICATIONS Lottery In the 6/49 lottery game a...Ch. 14.2 - APPLICATIONS Marbles In a Jar A jar contains six...Ch. 14.2 - APPLICATIONS LotteryIn the 6/49 lottery game, a...Ch. 14.2 - APPLICATIONS Balls in a JarJar A contains three...Ch. 14.2 - APPLICATIONS Slot Machine A slot machine has three...Ch. 14.2 - APPLICATIONS Combination Lock A student has locked...Ch. 14.2 - APPLICATIONS Committee Membership A mathematics...Ch. 14.2 - APPLICATIONS Class Photo Twenty students are...Ch. 14.2 - APPLICATIONS Making Words A monkey is trained to...Ch. 14.2 - APPLICATIONS Making WordsA monkey is trained to...Ch. 14.2 - DISCUSS:Oldest SonA family with two children is...Ch. 14.3 - CONCEPTS A binomial experiment is one in which...Ch. 14.3 - CONCEPTS If a binomial experiment has probability...Ch. 14.3 - SKILLS 3-14Binomial Trials Five independent trials...Ch. 14.3 - SKILLS 3-14Binomial Trials Five independent trials...Ch. 14.3 - SKILLS 3-14Binomial Trials Five independent trials...Ch. 14.3 - SKILLS 3-14Binomial Trials Five independent trials...Ch. 14.3 - SKILLS 3-14Binomial Trials Five independent trials...Ch. 14.3 - SKILLS 3-14Binomial Trials Five independent trials...Ch. 14.3 - SKILLS 3-14Binomial Trials Five independent trials...Ch. 14.3 - SKILLS 3-14Binomial Trials Five independent trials...Ch. 14.3 - SKILLS 3-14 Binomial Trials Five independent...Ch. 14.3 - SKILLS 3-14 Binomial Trials Five independent...Ch. 14.3 - SKILLS 3-14 Binomial Trials Five independent...Ch. 14.3 - SKILLS 3-14 Binomial Trials Five independent...Ch. 14.3 - SKILLS 15-16 Probability Distribution An...Ch. 14.3 - SKILLS 15-16 Probability Distribution An...Ch. 14.3 - SKILLS 17-20 Probability Distribution A binomial...Ch. 14.3 - SKILLS 17-20 Probability Distribution A binomial...Ch. 14.3 - SKILLS 17-20 Probability Distribution A binomial...Ch. 14.3 - SKILLS 17-20 Probability Distribution A binomial...Ch. 14.3 - Rolling DiceSix dice are rolled. Find the...Ch. 14.3 - ArcheryAn archer hits his target 80 of the time....Ch. 14.3 - Television RatingsAccording to a ratings survey,...Ch. 14.3 - Spread of DiseaseHealth authorities estimate that...Ch. 14.3 - Blood TypeAbout 45 of the populations of the...Ch. 14.3 - HandednessA psychologist needs 12 left-handed...Ch. 14.3 - Germination RatesA certain brand of tomato seeds...Ch. 14.3 - Genders of ChildrenAssume that for any given line...Ch. 14.3 - Genders of ChildrenThe ratio of male to female...Ch. 14.3 - Education LevelIn a certain county 20 of the...Ch. 14.3 - Defective Light Bulbs The Dim Bulb Lighting...Ch. 14.3 - Quality Control An assembly line that manufactures...Ch. 14.3 - Sick Leave The probability that a given worker at...Ch. 14.3 - Political Surveys In a certain county, 60 of the...Ch. 14.3 - Pharmaceuticals A drug that is used to prevent...Ch. 14.3 - Reliability of a Machine A machine that is used in...Ch. 14.3 - Genetics Huntingtons disease is a hereditary...Ch. 14.3 - Selecting CardsThree cards are randomly selected...Ch. 14.3 - Smokers and Nonsmokers The participants at a...Ch. 14.3 - Telephone Marketing A mortgage company advertises...Ch. 14.3 - Effectiveness of a Drug A certain disease has a...Ch. 14.3 - Hitting a Target An archer normally hits the...Ch. 14.3 - DISCUSS: Most Likely Outcome for nTosses of a Coin...Ch. 14.4 - CONCEPTS 1. If a game gives payoffs of 10 and 100...Ch. 14.4 - CONCEPTS If you played the game in Exercise 1 many...Ch. 14.4 - SKILLS 3-12 Expected Value of a Game Find the...Ch. 14.4 - SKILLS 3-12 Expected Value of a Game Find the...Ch. 14.4 - SKILLS 3-12 Expected Value of a Game Find the...Ch. 14.4 - SKILLS 3-12 Expected Value of a Game Find the...Ch. 14.4 - SKILLS 3-12 Expected Value of a Game Find the...Ch. 14.4 - SKILLS 3-12 Expected Value of a Game Find the...Ch. 14.4 - SKILLS 3-12 Expected Value of a Game Find the...Ch. 14.4 - SKILLS 3-12 Expected Value of a Game Find the...Ch. 14.4 - SKILLS 3-12 Expected Value of a Game Find the...Ch. 14.4 - SKILLS 3-12 Expected Value of a Game Find the...Ch. 14.4 - APPLICATIONS Roulette An American roulette wheel...Ch. 14.4 - APPLICATIONS Sweepstakes A sweepstakes offers a...Ch. 14.4 - APPLICATIONS A Game of Chance A box contains 100...Ch. 14.4 - APPLICATIONS Combination Lock A safe containing...Ch. 14.4 - APPLICATIONS Gambling on Stocks An investor buys...Ch. 14.4 - APPLICATIONS Slot Machine A slot machine has three...Ch. 14.4 - APPLICATIONS Lottery In a 6/49 lottery game, a...Ch. 14.4 - APPLICATIONS Lightning Insurance An insurance...Ch. 14.4 - APPLICATION Expected Number During the school year...Ch. 14.4 - APPLICATION Expected Number In a large liberal...Ch. 14.4 - APPLICATION Expected Number A student goes to swim...Ch. 14.4 - APPLICATION Expected Number Consider families with...Ch. 14.4 - APPLICATION 25-30 A fair Game? A game of chance...Ch. 14.4 - APPLICATIONS 25-30 A Fair Game? A game of chance...Ch. 14.4 - 25-30 A Fair Game? A game of chance is described....Ch. 14.4 - 25-30 A Fair Game? A game of chance is described....Ch. 14.4 - APPLICATIONS 25-30 A Fair Game?A game of chance...Ch. 14.4 - APPLICATIONS 25-30 A Fair Game?A game of chance...Ch. 14.4 - DISCUSSDISCOVERPROVEWRITE DISCUSS: The Expected...Ch. 14.CR - a What does the Fundamental Counting Principle...Ch. 14.CR - a What is a permutation of r elements of a set?...Ch. 14.CR - a What is a combination of r elements of a set?...Ch. 14.CR - a In solving a problem involving picking r objects...Ch. 14.CR - a What is meant by an experiment? Sample space? b...Ch. 14.CR - a What are mutually exclusive events? b If E and F...Ch. 14.CR - a What is meant by the conditional probability of...Ch. 14.CR - a An experiment has two outcomes, success and...Ch. 14.CR - a Suppose that a game gives payouts a1,a2,...,an...Ch. 14.CR - 1-24 Counting These exercises involve counting....Ch. 14.CR - 1-24 Counting These exercises involve counting....Ch. 14.CR - 1-24 Counting These exercises involve counting....Ch. 14.CR - 1-24 Counting These exercises involve counting....Ch. 14.CR - 1-24 Counting These exercises involve counting....Ch. 14.CR - 1-24 Counting These exercises involve counting....Ch. 14.CR - 1-24 Counting These exercises involve counting....Ch. 14.CR - 1-24 Counting These exercises involve counting....Ch. 14.CR - 1-24 Counting These exercises involve counting....Ch. 14.CR - 1-24 Counting These exercises involve counting....Ch. 14.CR - 1-24 Counting These exercises involve counting....Ch. 14.CR - 1-24 Counting These exercises involve counting....Ch. 14.CR - 1-24 Counting These exercises involve counting....Ch. 14.CR - 1-24 Counting These exercises involve counting....Ch. 14.CR - 1-24 Counting These exercises involve counting....Ch. 14.CR - 1-24 Counting These exercises involve counting....Ch. 14.CR - 1-24 Counting These exercises involve counting....Ch. 14.CR - 1-24 Counting These exercises involve counting....Ch. 14.CR - 1-24 Counting These exercises involve counting....Ch. 14.CR - 1-24 Counting These exercises involve counting....Ch. 14.CR - 1-24 Counting These exercises involve counting....Ch. 14.CR - 1-24 Counting These exercises involve counting....Ch. 14.CR - 1-24 Counting These exercises involve counting....Ch. 14.CR - 1-24 Counting These exercises involve counting....Ch. 14.CR - Probability These exercises involve probability....Ch. 14.CR - Marbles in a Jar If two marbles are drawn from the...Ch. 14.CR - Coin Toss A coin is tossed three times in a row,...Ch. 14.CR - Choosing Books A shelf has ten books: two...Ch. 14.CR - Rolling a Die and Selecting a Card A die is...Ch. 14.CR - Selecting Cards Find the probability that the...Ch. 14.CR - Rolling a Die, Selecting a Card, and tossing a...Ch. 14.CR - Rolling Dice Two dice are rolled. Find the...Ch. 14.CR - Selecting a Card Four cards are dealt from a...Ch. 14.CR - Lottery In the numbers game lottery a player picks...Ch. 14.CR - Game Show In a TV game show, a contestant is given...Ch. 14.CR - 25-42 ProbabilityThese exercises involve...Ch. 14.CR - 25-42 ProbabilityThese exercises involve...Ch. 14.CR - 25-42 ProbabilityThese exercises involve...Ch. 14.CR - 25-42 ProbabilityThese exercises involve...Ch. 14.CR - 25-42 ProbabilityThese exercises involve...Ch. 14.CR - 25-42 ProbabilityThese exercises involve...Ch. 14.CR - 25-42 ProbabilityThese exercises involve...Ch. 14.CR - 43-46 Binomial ProbabilityThese exercises involve...Ch. 14.CR - 43-46 Binomial ProbabilityThese exercises involve...Ch. 14.CR - 43-46 Binomial ProbabilityThese exercises involve...Ch. 14.CR - 43-46 Binomial ProbabilityThese exercises involve...Ch. 14.CR - 47-50Expected ValueThese exercises involve...Ch. 14.CR - 47-50Expected ValueThese exercises involve...Ch. 14.CR - 47-50Expected ValueThese exercises involve...Ch. 14.CR - 47-50Expected ValueThese exercises involve...Ch. 14.CT - Alice and Bill have four grandchildren, and they...Ch. 14.CT - A hospital cafeteria offers a fixed-price lunch...Ch. 14.CT - An Internet service provider requires its customer...Ch. 14.CT - Over the past year, John has purchased 30 books. a...Ch. 14.CT - A commuter must travel from Ajax to Barrie and...Ch. 14.CT - A pizza parlor offers four sizes of pizza and 14...Ch. 14.CT - An anagram of a word is a rearrangement of the...Ch. 14.CT - A board of directors consisting of eight members...Ch. 14.CT - One card is drawn from a deck. Find the...Ch. 14.CT - A jar contains five red balls, numbered 1 to 5,...Ch. 14.CT - Three people are chosen at random from a group of...Ch. 14.CT - 12. Two dice are rolled. What is the probability...Ch. 14.CT - 13. In a group of four students, what is the...Ch. 14.CT - An unbalanced coin weighted so that the...Ch. 14.CT - You are to draw one card from a deck. If it is an...Ch. 14.FOM - 1. Winning Strategy In a game show like the one...Ch. 14.FOM - Family PlanningA couple intends to have two...Ch. 14.FOM - Dividing a JackpotA game between two players...Ch. 14.FOM - Estimating In this problem we use the Monte Carlo...Ch. 14.FOM - Areas of Curved Regions The Monte Carlo method can...Ch. 14.FOM - Random NumbersChoose two numbers at random from...

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