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Think of an experiment for which an event occurs with each probability.

a) 100%

b) 1/2

c) 1:6

d) 0

May 29, 2020

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Think of an experiment for which an event occurs with each probability.
a) 100%
b) 1/2
c) 1:6

d) 0

a)  Throw a six-sided die with a 1 on each face.   Probability of throwing a 1.

b)   Throw a six-sided die with a 1 on three faces and a 2 on three faces.  Probability of throwing a 1.

c) Throw a standard six-sided die.  Probability of throwing a 1.

d) Throw a six sided die with a 2 on each face.  Probability of throwing a 1.

I'll let you come up with the explanations!

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edited by Alan  May 29, 2020
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I don't understand make it clear

because for all you did

"Probability of throwing a 1."

and I don't see part c

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The probability of throwing a 1 with a standard six-sided die is 1/6 (which I assume is what part  c) is asking for).

For part a) the probability of throwing a 1 with a six-sided die with 1 on every face is 100%.

etc.

Alan  May 29, 2020
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I interpreted the question as requiring a different experiment for each event.  However, if you need a single experiment, then how about something like:

Experiment:

Throw a standard die.

Events:

a)  The probability of getting a number between 1 and 6 inclusive = 100%

b) The probability of getting an even number = 1/2

c) The probability of getting a 1 = 1/6

d) The probability of getting a 7 = 0

If there is some other interpretation of your question you will need to clarify!

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edited by Alan  May 29, 2020
edited by Alan  May 29, 2020
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Ahhhh i see!
thanks alan

May 29, 2020