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### Question #2012940: Other Probability Problems

Question: Is the pollster lying? A pollster claims that 12 voters were randomly selected from a population of 200,000 voters (30% of whom are Republicans), and all 12 were Republicans.…

### Question #2012985: Other Probability Distributions

Question: Suppose it is known that 10% of men have red-green color blindness (i.e. cannot distinguish between the colors red & green). a. If six men are randomly selected for…

### Question #2013131: Probability Problems

Question: Let Y1 and Y2 denote the proportions of two different types of components in a sample from a mixture of chemicals used as an insecticide. Suppose that Y1 and…

### Question #2013266: Other Probability Problems

Question: The twelve (12) person Community Theater Group produces a yearly musical. Club members select one (1) person from the group to direct the play, a second to supervise the…

### Question #2013366: Other Probability Problems

Question: Aisha has five different job interviews to schedule for next week. If we call the five companies A, B, C, D, E, how many different ways can she arrange…

### Question #2013443: Other Probability Problems

Question: Blood Groups and Types: If one person is randomly selected, find P (not type Rh+) Solution: The solution consists of 26 words (1 page)Deliverables: Word Document

### Question #2013469: Probabilty Distributions

Question: Arrivals to a bank ATM machine are distributed according to a Poisson distribution with a mean equal to three per 15 minutes. a. Determine the probability that in a…

### Question #2013659: Probability Problems

Question: On average, 70 percent of the passengers on a flight from San Francisco to Boston prefer chicken to fish. Assume that the passengers have only one of two choices,…

### Question #2013960: Other Probability Problems

Question: #13: Suppose that 46% of families living in a certain county own a car and 18% own an SUV. The Addition Rule might suggest, then, that 64% of families…