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By assigning Yellow a probability of 0 on the spinner, we can use the previous simulation tools to find out the actual probability of Blue winning a race. When p B = 0.6 and p R = 0.4 , for example, Blue wins about 77% of the races if m = 7 (track length 6). About 32% of students participate in a community volunteer program outside of school. If 30 students are selected at random, find the probability that at most 14 of them participate in a community volunteer program outside of school. Use the TI-83+ or TI-84 calculator to find the answer. The three rules of probability are: Rule 1: The probability of an event \(X\) is a number between 0 and 1. \[0 \leq P(X) \leq 1\] Rule 2: If you list all the outcomes of an experiment (such as rolling a die) the probability that one of these outcomes will occur is 1. In other words, the sum of the probabilities of all the possible outcomes of ...

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# Find the probability that at most 3 students will attend

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We look at the probability density function and find the area of the graph under the limits of 5 and 6. We can use definite integration under the desired limits for the probability density to find the area. We’re often interested in the probability of a range of values rather than the probability of an exact value. How many of the 11 students do we expect to attend the festivities? (Round your answer to the nearest whole number.) Part (e) Find the probability that at most 3 students will attend. (Round your answer to four decimal places.) Part (f) Find the probability that more than 2 students will attend. (Round your answer to four decimal places.)If 3 cookies are selected in succession, find the probability of selecting one of each if: a. no cookies are replaced b. each cookie is replaced 6. In Jason's homeroom class, there are 12 students who have brown eyes, 5 students who are left-handed, and 3 students who have brown eyes and are left-handed.

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For example, at most $4$ successes out of $20$ where probability of success is $0.25$ occurs with probability approximately $0.415$. Since you are interested in the value for exactly $4$ successes rather than at most $4$ successes, you can subtract the value right above it. a. The light will always be red one out of every three times that you encounter it. b. In the long run, the light should be red about 33.33% of the time. c. Each time you approach the light on your commute, the probability of it being red is 1/3. d. All of the above are correct interpretations. ANSWER: A 9. 18. Ten percent of the population is left-handed. In a class of 100 students, write binomial probability for the statement "there are at most 12 left-handed students in the class" a. P(x<12) b. P(x<12) c. P(x=12) d. P (x>12) 19. Ten percent of the population is left-handed. A class of 100 students is selected.

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Using the product rule, we find a total of 3(55) = 165 permissible orders. 5) a) There are three choices for the student on the left, and then 2 choices for the student on the right. Following those two choices, we can arrange the rest of the 8 students left in 8! ways. Thus, the total number of ways the students can sit is (3)(2)(8!).