Question: As a company manager for Claimstat Corp., there is a .40 probability that you will be promoted this year. There is a 0.72 probability that you will get a promotion, a raise, or both. The probability of getting a promotion and a raise is 0.25. a. If you get a promotion, what is the...

Question: When you roll the dice at the crap table, what is the probability that a. One of them will be a four and the other would be a three? b. At least one of the die will be a four?

Question: The Sky Ski team has five entrants in a women’s slalom event. The coach would like the first, second and third places to go to SS members. In how many ways can the five team entrants achieve the coach’s goal?

Question: Let event A = rolling a 1 on a die, and let event B = rolling an even number on a die. Which of the following is correct concerning these two events? A. On a Venn diagram, event B would contain event A. B. On a Venn diagram, event A would overlap event B....

Question: A basketball team at a university is composed of ten players. The team is made up of players who play the position of either guard, forward, or center. Four of the ten are guards, four are forwards, and two are centers. The numbers that the players wear on their shirts are 1, 2, 3,...

Question: If you flip a coin three times, the possible outcomes are HHH, HHT, HTH, HTT, THH, THT, TTH, and TTT. What is the probability of getting at least one head?

Question: Assume that an event A contains 10 observations and event B contains 15 observations. If the intersection of events A and B contains exactly 3 observations, how many observations are in the union of these two events? A. 22 B. 0 C. 10 D. 28

Question: A breeder records probabilities for two variables in a population of animals using the two-way table given here. Let A be the event "shaggy and brown-haired." Compute P(Ac). Brown-haired Blond Short-haired 0.06 0.23 Shaggy 0.51 0.20 A. 0.51 B. 0.49 C. 0.36 D. 0.77

Question: A breeder records probabilities for two variables in a population of animals using the two-way table given here. Let A be the event "shaggy and brown-haired." Compute P(Ac). Brown-haired Blond Short-haired 0.06 0.23 Shaggy 0.51 0.30 A. 0.77 B. 0.49 C. 0.36 D. 0.51