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My brain isn't functioning right now...

On each of the first three days of January, there is a 1/3 chance that it will snow where Bob lives. On each of the next four days, there is a 1/4 chance that it will snow. What is the probability that it snows at least once during the first week of January?

Jun 24, 2020
edited by AppIePi  Jun 24, 2020

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The question isn't complete :(

When you complete it, I'll be happy to help! :D

Jun 24, 2020
edited by CalTheGreat  Jun 24, 2020
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AppIePi  Jun 24, 2020
edited by AppIePi  Jun 24, 2020
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It says there is a   chance that it will snow where Bob lives

CalTheGreat  Jun 24, 2020
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Thanks for pointing it out. I fixed it.

AppIePi  Jun 24, 2020
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Great! I'll help with it :D

CalTheGreat  Jun 24, 2020
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Chance that it will snow in the first 3 days: 2/3

Chance that it will snow for the last four days: 3/4

(2/3)^3 times (3/4)^4 would get us the answer!

(Probability of snowing each of the three days)
(Probability of snowing each of the four days)

(2/3)^3 times (3/4)^4 = 3/32

1-3/32=29/32

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Thank you!

AppIePi  Jun 24, 2020
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Welcome!

CalTheGreat  Jun 24, 2020
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Jun 24, 2020
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