• Probability question?

    A gumball machine has six red gumballs, four blue gumballs, and three yellow gumballs. If you buy three gumballs, what is the probability that you get 1 red and 2 blue? Please provide explanation Thanks
    A gumball machine has six red gumballs, four blue gumballs, and three yellow gumballs. If you buy three gumballs, what is the probability that you get 1 red and 2 blue? Please provide explanation Thanks
    2 個解答 · 數學 · 1 年前
  • Probability Question?

    A consignment of 12 car engines contains 1 engine that is faulty. Two engines are chosen randomly from this consignment for testing. How many different combinations of 2 engines can be chosen? Please provide explanation. Thanks
    A consignment of 12 car engines contains 1 engine that is faulty. Two engines are chosen randomly from this consignment for testing. How many different combinations of 2 engines can be chosen? Please provide explanation. Thanks
    1 個解答 · Mathematics · 1 年前
  • Probability question?

    A gumball machine has six red gumballs, four blue gumballs, and three yellow gumballs. If you buy three gumballs, what is the probability that you get 1 red and 2 blue? Please provide explanation Thanks
    A gumball machine has six red gumballs, four blue gumballs, and three yellow gumballs. If you buy three gumballs, what is the probability that you get 1 red and 2 blue? Please provide explanation Thanks
    1 個解答 · Mathematics · 1 年前
  • Probability question. Please provide explanation. Thanks so much?

    If A and B are independent events with P(A) = 0.60 and P(A | B) = 0.40, then P(B) is? Probability question. Please provide explanation. Thanks so much
    If A and B are independent events with P(A) = 0.60 and P(A | B) = 0.40, then P(B) is? Probability question. Please provide explanation. Thanks so much
    1 個解答 · Mathematics · 1 年前
  • Probability question. Please provide explanation. Thanks so much?

    If A and B are independent events with P(A) = 0.60 and P(A | B) = 0.40, then P(B) is? Probability question. Please provide explanation. Thanks so much
    If A and B are independent events with P(A) = 0.60 and P(A | B) = 0.40, then P(B) is? Probability question. Please provide explanation. Thanks so much
    2 個解答 · 數學 · 1 年前
  • Stats Econ?

    A source of error resulting from the fact that information is available only on a subset of the total population is referred to as a(n) A. sampling error. B. nonsampling error. C. irrelevant error. D. inaccurate error.
    A source of error resulting from the fact that information is available only on a subset of the total population is referred to as a(n) A. sampling error. B. nonsampling error. C. irrelevant error. D. inaccurate error.
    1 個解答 · Mathematics · 1 年前
  • Stats Econ?

    A variable within a range of real numbers is referred to as a: A. categorical variable. B. discrete variable. C. parameter. D. continuous variable. Thanks
    A variable within a range of real numbers is referred to as a: A. categorical variable. B. discrete variable. C. parameter. D. continuous variable. Thanks
    1 個解答 · Mathematics · 1 年前
  • Stats Econ?

    Calculate the location of the 75th percentile and their values, using the following data: 0 0 5 7 8 9 12 14 22 33 A. 22 B. 16 C. 14 D. 8.25
    Calculate the location of the 75th percentile and their values, using the following data: 0 0 5 7 8 9 12 14 22 33 A. 22 B. 16 C. 14 D. 8.25
    1 個解答 · Mathematics · 1 年前