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Stocks Exercises 49–54 are based on the following table, which shows the stock market performance of 40 industries from five sectors of the U.S. economy as of noon on September 11, 2015. 9 (Take S to be the set of all 40 industries represented in the table.) Increased ( X ) Decreased ( Y ) Unchanged ( Z ) Totals Financials ( F ) 3 4 1 8 Manufacturing ( M ) 8 3 3 14 Information Technology ( T ) 6 1 0 7 Health Care ( H ) 4 1 1 6 Utilities ( U ) 3 1 1 5 Totals 24 10 6 40 Compute n ( T ∩ Y ) n ( Y ) . What does the answer represent?

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Chapter 6.2, Problem 53E
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Stocks Exercises 49–54 are based on the following table, which shows the stock market performance of 40 industries from five sectors of the U.S. economy as of noon on September 11, 2015.9 (Take S to be the set of all 40 industries represented in the table.)

Increased ( X ) Decreased ( Y ) Unchanged ( Z ) Totals
Financials ( F ) 3 4 1 8
Manufacturing ( M ) 8 3 3 14
Information Technology ( T ) 6 1 0 7
Health Care ( H ) 4 1 1 6
Utilities ( U ) 3 1 1 5
Totals 24 10 6 40

Compute n ( T Y ) n ( Y ) . What does the answer represent?

Expert Solution
To determine

To calculate: The value of n(TY)n(Y) and its representation using the table given below:

Increased

(X)

Decreased

(Y)

Unchanged

(Z)

Total

Financials (F)

3

4

1

8

Manufacturing (M)

8

3

3

14

Information Technology (T)

6

1

0

7

Health Care (H)

4

1

1

6

Utilities (U)

3

1

1

5

Total

24

10

6

40

Explanation of Solution

Given Information:

The following table shows the stock market performance of 40 industries from five sectors of the U.S economy as of noon on September 11, 2015, with S as the set of all 40 industries,

Increased

(X)

Decreased

(Y)

Unchanged

(Z)

Total

Financials (F)

3

4

1

8

Manufacturing (M)

8

3

3

14

Information Technology (T)

6

1

0

7

Health Care (H)

4

1

1

6

Utilities (U)

3

1

1

5

Total

24

10

6

40

Formula used:

If A is a finite set, then its cardinality is

n(A)=number of elements in A

Calculation:

Consider the provided table,

Increased

(X)

Decreased

(Y)

Unchanged

(Z)

Total

Financials (F)

3

4

1

8

Manufacturing (M)

8

3

3

14

Information Technology (T)

6

1

0

7

Health Care (H)

4

1

1

6

Utilities (U)

3

1

1

5

Total

24

10

6

40

The set X represents the increased stock market performance. The set Y represents the decreased stock market performance. The set Z represents the unchanged stock market performance. The set F represents the Financials stock market performance. The set M represents the Manufacturing stock market performance. The set T represents the Information Technology stock market performance. The set H represents the Health Care stock market performance. The set U represents the Utilities stock market performance.

Reconstruct the table using symbols for sets,

Increased

(X)

Decreased

(Y)

Unchanged

(Z)

Total

Financials (F)

n(XF)

n(YF)

n(ZF)

n(F)

Manufacturing (M)

n(XM)

n(YM

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