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### Question #2012942: Probability Problems

Question: Deaths from Horse Kicks A classic example of the Poisson distribution involves the number of deaths caused by horse kicks of men in the Prussian Army between 1875 and…

### Question #2012990: Probability Theorems

Question: One-fourth of the residents of the Beverly Hills Estates leave their garage doors open when they are away from home. The local chief of police estimates that 5 percent…

### Question #2013133: Other Probability Distributions

Question: f(y1,y2)= 1, 0 ≤ y1 ≤ 2, 0 ≤ y2 ≤ 1, 2y2 ≤ y1, 0, elsewhere Is a valid joint probability density function for Y1, the amount of…

### Question #2013269: Other Probability Problems

Question: A combination of four is to be randomly selected from a group of seven teachers and eight students. Find the probability that the committee will consist of four students.…

### Question #2013372: Other Probability Distributions

Question: An internal study by the Technology Services department at Lahey Electronics revealed company employees receive an average of two emails per hour. Assume the arrival of these emails is…

### Question #2013448: Basic Probability Theorems

Question: Fred is a beagle “sniffer” dog at a cargo handling depot. Fred is 95% reliable in detecting contraband substances when they are present, and has a probability of only…

### Question #2013480: Other Probability Distributions

Question: An industrial psychologist administered a personality inventory test for passive-aggressive traits to 150 employees. Individuals were rated on a scale from 1 to 5, where I was extremely passive…

### Question #2013670: Probability Problems

Question: A local law enforcement agency claims that the number of times that a patrol car passes through a particular neighborhood follows a Poisson process with a mean of three…

### Question #2013962: Other Probability Problems

Question: #21: Consider again the auto repair rates described in Exercise 19. If you own two cars, what is the probability that a) neither will need repair? b) both will…