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### Approximately 9% of men have a type of color blindness that prevents them from distinguishing between red and green. If two men are selected

yuhki  Nov 22, 2014
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### The positions on a roulette wheel are divided into three colors: red, black, and green. There are 18 red positions, 18 black positions, and two green

yuhki  Nov 21, 2014
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### For a certain airport containing three runways it is known that in the ideal setting the following are the probabilities that the individual

yuhki  Nov 21, 2014
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### Suppose a researcher goes to a small college with 200 faculty members, 12 of which have blood type O-negative. She obtains a simple random s

yuhki  Nov 21, 2014
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### The number of particles of contamination that occur on an optical disk has a Poisson distribution, and the average number of particles per c

yuhki  Nov 21, 2014
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### The probability of a successful optical alignment in the assembly of an optical data storage product is 0.8. Assume the trials are independe

yuhki  Nov 21, 2014
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### In a clinical study, volunteers are tested for a gene that has been found to increase the risk for a disease. The probability that a person

yuhki  Nov 21, 2014
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### Suppose that X is a negative binomial random variable with p = 0.2 and k = 4. Determine the following:

yuhki  Nov 21, 2014
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### Suppose you toss a pair of dice 10 times. What is the probability of getting the following outcome: two rolls of 7, two rolls of 6, and any other outcome on

yuhki  Nov 21, 2014
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### An electronic product contains 40 integrated circuits. The probability that any integrated circuit is defective is 0.01, and the integrated

yuhki  Nov 21, 2014
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### Batches that consist of 50 coil springs from a production process are checked for conformance to customer requirements. The mean number of n

yuhki  Nov 21, 2014
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### The random variable X has a binomial distribution with n = 10 and p = 0.01. Determine the following probabilities.

yuhki  Nov 21, 2014
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### The phone lines to an airline reservation system are occupied 40% of the time. Assume that the events that the lines are occupied on success

yuhki  Nov 21, 2014
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### The probability that a family visits the Sand Crab Water Park and the Rainbow Gardens Amusement Park is 0.20. The probability that a family

yuhki  Nov 21, 2014
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### A number between 1 to 10000 inclusive is selected at random. What is the probability that it is perfect square?

yuhki  Nov 21, 2014
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### If a person rolls two dice and obtain a sum of 2 or 12, he wins \$15. Find the expectation of the game if the person pays \$5 to play.

yuhki  Nov 21, 2014
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### A box contains five \$1 bills, two \$5 bills, and one \$10 bill. If a person selects one bill at random, find the expected value of the draw.

yuhki  Nov 21, 2014
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### What is the probability that a hand of five cards will contain at least one king?

yuhki  Nov 21, 2014