I am having problems with this question: Super Colas sales break down as 80% regular soda and 20% diet soda. While 60% of the regular soda is purchased by men, only 30% of the diet soda is purchased by men. If a woman purchases Super Cola, what is the probability that it is a diet soda? The choices are .28902 .30435 .69
I know that the probability is .025 that an applicant at my bank will not be able to an installment loan. Last month we made 40 loans. A. What is the probability that 3 loans will be defaulted? B. What is the probability that at least 3 loans will be defaulted?
Be sure to show all work 1. The Masterfoods company says that before the introduction of purple, yellow candies made up 20% of their plain M&M's, red another 20%, and orange, blue, and green each made up 10%. The rest were brown. If you pick an M&M at random, what is the probability that: a. it is brown? b. it is yel
The random variable X has a Poisson distribution with a mean of 5. The random variable Y has a binomial distribution with n=X and p=1/2. a) Find the mean and variance of Y. b) Find P(Y=0)
One box contains five red and six black marbles. A second box contains 10 red and five black marbles. One marble is drawn from box 1 and placed in box 2. Two marbles then are drawn from box 2 without replacement. What is the expected number of red marbles obtained on the second draw?
Decision making under risk is a probabilistic decision situation. True False The several criteria (maximax, maximin, equally likely, criterion of realism, minimax) used for decision making under uncertainty may lead to the choice of different alternatives. True False One disadvantag
In each situation below, is it reasonable to use a binomial distribution for the random variable X? Give reasons for your answer in each case. (a) An auto manufacturer chooses one car from each hour's production for a detailed quality inspection. One variable recorded is the count X of finish defects (dimples, ripples, scra
I need help with the following question set: A winery purchased land for establishing a new vineyard. Management is considering 2 varieties of white grapes for the vineyard: Chardonnay & Riesling. The Char. grapes would be used to make a dry wine and the Riesling grapes would be for a semi-dry Riesling wine. It takes almost
Given: probability of hypertension is 0.15 What is the probability that out 3 out of 17 patients have hypertension: at most 2 patients have hypertension at least 3 patients have hypertension
(See attached file for full problem description with full equations) --- 1. In a computing facility there are two types of processors: type A and type B. Suppose random variable X represents the processing time of a job. With type A processor, the processing time has PDF: and with type B processor it is: Also
What are the steps for using the Normal Table to find the following: a. The Probability steps for (z<-2.65) b. The Probability (z>-1.55) c. The Probability (-2.00<z< 2.25) d. The Probability (1.25<z<2.40)
I need help with the following questions. Please show your work so I can practice with other problems. Thank you An oil company purchased an option on land in Oklahoma. Preliminary studies assigned the follwing prior probabilities. P(high-quality oil) = .50 P(medium-quality oil) = .20 P(no oil) = .30 a. What is t
Please show work so I can learn how to do this. (See attached file for full problem description) --- I need help with the following. Please show work so I can learn how to do this. A study of job satisfaction was performed for 4 occupations: doctor, chemist, CPA, & dentist. Job satisfaction was measure
A six-sided die is rolled 30 times and the numbers 1 through 6 appear as shown in the following distribution... (See attached file for full problem description)
(See attached file for full problem description) --- 1. Chevalier de Mere's puzzle (Scandal of Arithmetic) Consider two experiments: a. Roll a fair die 4 times. Record the number on top. b. Roll a pair of fair dice 24 times, record the pair on top. For experiment a, find the probability of event A: at least one
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The verbal part of the SAT has a mean of 500 and a standard deviation of 100. If we randomly selected 1500 students who had taken the the verbal SAT how many would score lower than 250?
Jules, Vincent, and Mia are physicians at the local hospital. One of their duties is being on call during non-working hours to handle any emergencies that might come up. Each carries a pager that can be activated by hospital personnel. Suppose Jules responds to his pager 80% of the time, Vincent responds to his pager 55% of the
Please calculate the probability distribution and answer questions a and b At the end of a basketball game, a team is down by 1 point. As the last play, a player from that team throws a three-point shot that misses, but the player is fouled and he gets to take 3 free throws (each worth 1 point) to end the game. On any given f
Secured doors at airports and other locations are opened by pressing the correct sequence of numbers on a control panel...
Secured doors at airports and other locations are opened by pressing the correct sequence of numbers on a control panel. If the correct panel contains the digits 0-9 and three digit code must be entered (repetition is permitted) a) How many different codes are possible? b) If one code is entered at random, find the prob
A box contains 4 marbles: 2 red, one blue and one green. Two marbles will be selected at random. Find the probability of selecting each of the following. A) with replacement B) without replacement i A red marble and then a blue marble ii Two blue marbles iii No red marbles iv No green marbles.
A TV remote has keys for channels 0-9. If you selected one key at random. a. What is the probability that you press channel 3? b. What is the probability that you press a key for a even number channel? (Assume 0 is even) c. What is the probability that you press a key for a number less than 7?
An experimental serum was injected into 500 guinea pigs. Initially, 150 of the guinea pigs had circular cells, 250 had elliptical cells, and 100 had irregularly shaped cells. After serum was injected, none of the guinea pigs with circular cells were affected, 50 with elliptical cells were affected and all of those with irregul
Find the number of different arrangements of the letters in the word MISSISSIPPI?
An editor has 8 manuscripts for mathematics and 5 for computer science book. If he is to select 5 math and 3 computer books for publications, how many different choices does he have for each?
Give a precise, complete and unambiguous response to this question, free of mathematical jargon to the following question. Please consider issues as the independence of events or the relative frequency definition of probability. Husband and wife are both sickle cell carriers. The doctor says that the husband and wife should
Records at an industrial plant show that 12% of all injured workers are admitted to a hospital for treatment, 16% of all injured employees are back on the job the next day. Two percent are both admitted to the hospital for treatment and back at work the next day. If a worker is injured, what is the probability that the worker wi
1. A package of frozen vegetables has a label that says "contents 32 oz." The company that produces these packages knows that the weights are normally distributed with mean 32 oz. and has a standard deviation of 2 oz. If a package is chosen at random, what is the probability it will weigh (Hint: Draw a picture) a. More than 36
Profits (X ) in an industry consisting of 100 firms are normally distributed with a mean value of $1.5 million and a standard deviation of $120,000. Calculate : (a) P(X<$1.3 million) (a) P($1200,000 £ X £ $1,400,000) Suppose a random sample of 10 firms gave a mean profit of $900,000 (b) Establish a 95% confidence in
I have a population of 100, mean of 500 and standard deviation of 100. I am asked what range of values should contain the sample mean 90% of the time. I have calculated the standard error =10. I don't know what figure to use in the z scores tables, column d. 1/2 of 90% is 45% or .4500. My choices in column D are .4495