Question: In certain community the prevalence of hypertension (HT) among three groups (N-normal, P-prediabetic, D-diabetic) are reported in Table 1, while Table 2 presents cross-tabulation of gender and diabetic status for the same community. a) One person is randomly selected from the community. Find probability that this person is female. b) One person is randomly...

Question: Everyone wants you to refinance your home these days. In the past, approximately 2% of mortgage holders defaulted, leaving the bank unable to collect. The bank also found that the probability of missing a mortgage payment was 0.08 for customers who do not default. The probability of individuals missing a mortgage payment is 1.0,...

Question: Conditional probability…Look at the probability someone is promoted given they are male and verify the validity of the independence. Are women less promoted than men given the data above? Manager promoted Not promoted Male 46 184 Female 8 32 Total 54 216

Question: negotiation progress .2 .7 2. military preparations .7 .2 3. nuclear development .6 .3 4. government reforms .3 .7 5. support from allies .6 .4 a) What are the revised probabilities for each of these symptoms? b) What are the joint effects of negotiation progress and nuclear development on the chances of going to...

Question: Given the following table of data concerning political party and gender, compute the below listed probabilities; you must show your computations to support your answers: Independent Republican Democrat Male 50 251 265 Female 37 345 430 A. If one person is chosen at random, find the probability they are a Democrat, given they are...

Question: One hundred people were asked, "Do you favor the death penalty?" The group is composed of both men and women. The probability that a woman is asked and her response is "yes" in favor of the death penalty is 0.31. The probability that the responder is a woman is 0.57. Find the probability that...

Question: A balanced die is thrown once. If a 4 appears, a ball is drawn from urn 1 otherwise; a ball is drawn from urn 2. Urn 1 contains four red, three white, and three black balls. Urn 2 contains six red and four white balls. a.) Find the probability that a red ball is...

Question: Suppose you have 3 pancakes. One is golden on both sides, one is brown on both sides, and one is golden on one side and brown on the other. You choose one pancake at random and see that one side is brown. Find the probability that the other side of the pancake is brown.

Question: A medical study involves the subjects summarized in the accompanying table. If 1 subject is randomly selected, find the probability of getting someone with 0 or A blood group; who is ill or has group A blood, and who belongs to group B given Healthy.