# Posts by Jen

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**Math**

Each of the numbers 0 through 26 is written on a piece of paper and all of the pieces of paper are placed in a hat. One number is selected at random. Determine the probability that the number selected is even. Note: 0 is considered an even number. I think it may be 14/26?? ...

**Math**

yea i was having a problem because the calculator i have doesnt have the F button, but thanks for helping me...it was very confusing to me...

**Math**

Mary purchased a package of 13 different plants, but she only needed 9 plants for planting. In how many ways can she select the 9 plants from the package to be planted?

**Math-confused!**

gosh that's so confusing :(

**Math-confused!**

A disc jockey has 12 songs to play. Seven are slow songs, and five are fast songs. Each song is to be played only once. In how many ways can the disc jockey play the 12 songs if: *The songs can be played in any order. *The first song must be a slow song and the last song must ...

**Math**

It should be: like the second one you put but 5 ^C3(not the extra 5 after the C)....its very confusing to me :(

**Math**

Evaluate 5^C3

**MATH**

how do i do this??

**MATH**

Well its saying IF: *The songs can be played in any order. *The first song must be a slow song and the last song must be a slow song. *The first two songs must be fast songs.

**MATH**

A disc jockey has 12 songs to play. Seven are slow songs, and five are fast songs. Each song is to be played only once. In how many ways can the disc jockey play the 12 songs if The songs can be played in any order. The first song must be a slow song and the last song must be ...

**MATH-SO LOST :(**

okay...i get it now thank you Reiny :)

**MATH-SO LOST :(**

SO CONFUSED STILL....

**MATH-SO LOST :(**

A mini license plate for a toy car must consist of a number followed by two letters. Each letter must be a C, A or R. Each number must be a 3 or 7. Repetition of letters is permitted. Use the counting principle to determine the number of points in the sample space. Construct a...

**Math**

SO IT WOULD BE 3.08915776^11??

**Math**

An identification code is to consist of six letters followed by three digits. How many different codes are possible if repetition is permitted? Is it 6^3??

**Math**

OH OKAY SO IT WOULD BE 0.21/0.5 = 0.42??

**Math**

Given that P(A) = 0.5 and P(B) = 0.3, and P(A and B) = 0.21, determine P(B|A).

**Math**

SO IT WOULD BE B AND D?

**Math**

Which pair has equally likely outcomes? List the letters of the two choices below which have equal probabilities of success, separated by a comma. A standard deck of cards has 12 face cards and four Aces (Aces are not face cards). A. drawing a red seven out of a standard 52 ...

**Math-New Question**

ooooooh ok

**Math-New Question**

Ms. Sue, number of cards greater than 9 = 4 (suits) * 4 (10, j, Q, K) = 16 but that includes the 8 black cards greater than 9 already counted in the black cards. What is the final answer? I'm lost :(

**Math-New Question**

One card is selected from a deck of playing cards. Determine the probability of selecting: a card greater than 9 or a black card

**Math-New Questions**

SO ITS 1000000000-100000000 = 900000000??

**Math-New Questions**

oooooh i totally got lost on this....

**Math-New Questions**

Social Security Numbers A social security number consists of nine digits. How many different social security numbers are possible if repetition of digits is permitted? Is it 9^10?? 10 numbers correct?

**Math**

so it would be 1,000,000,000???

**Math**

Ms. Sue, wouldn't it be 9^10? I think 0 wasn't included, so it would be 10 numbers not 9.....right???

**Math**

Social Security Numbers A social security number consists of nine digits. How many different social security numbers are possible if repetition of digits is permitted? Is it 9^10??

**Math**

36/52??

**Math**

One card is selected from a deck of playing cards. Determine the probability of selecting: a card greater than 9 or a black card.

**math**

x + 2x = 90 so you would divide 2x on both sides, it would then look like this: x + 2x = 90 -- -- 2x 2x x = 45 so you would then assume that both angles measurements are 45 degrees each, which would equal to 90 degrees, because a complementary angle measures 90 degrees. hope ...

**To Reiny**

im not really sure how i came up with 31...i think i did 13 + 13 = 26 and then added 5 because all cards that are greater than 9....i see where i messed up....thank you Reiny! i appreciate it :)

**To Reiny**

oh it looks like you just answered it, thank you.....i have posted this other problem because i'm not sure if my solution is correct, but Ms. Sue never answered me back...can you help me? One card is selected from a deck of playing cards. Determine the probability of ...

**To Reiny**

Can you please help me with those problems i answered you back thanks! :)

**help**

i believe she meant to type stocks not socks lol and it looks like an assignment....textbook would definitely come in handy :)

**Math**

okay great! thanks :)

**Math**

9^9 = 387,420,489 different social security numbers are possible??

**Math**

A social security number consists of nine digits. How many different social security numbers are possible if repetition of digits is permitted? Oh goodness, I'm not sure what number to start with :(

**Math**

oh thank you Ms. Sue....so the probability would be 31/52 or 0.596??

**Math**

One card is selected from a deck of playing cards. Determine the probability of selecting: a card greater than 9 or a black card. hmmmmm....i don't play cards, i'm not even sure how many is in a deck...38??

**Math**

oh okay...thank you Reiny for your help :)

**Math**

1523816/303824640 = 0.005 1 - 0.005 = 0.995 or would it be 0.990 when rounded to the nearest thousandth?

**Math**

According to the U. S. Census Bureau, the total 2008 U.S. population was 303,824,640. The chart below summarizes the 2008 population for five U.S. States. U. S. State 2008 Population Alaska 686,293 California 36,756,666 Hawaii 1,288,198 Idaho 1,523,816 Indiana 6,376,792 SOURCE...

**Math-probability**

thank you Damon :)

**Math-probability**

Oh i forgot to ask....would i use A=Pir^2?

**Math-probability**

yes you are correct Ms. Sue, thank you both :)

**Math-probability**

so it would be 0.0330??

**Math-probability**

A simple dartboard has three areas… the main board has a radius of 11 inches, there is a circle with a radius of 5 inches, and the bullseye has a radius of 2 inches. What is the probability of a random dart landing inside the bullseye? Round to the nearest thousandth. I ...

**MATH**

The property restoration company PuroServ is considering switching to new dehumidifiers. Their market research, considering the cost of the new machines and their efficiency, tells them that the switch would give them a 54% chance of making a $20,000 profit, a 23% chance of ...

**MATH**

so PuroServ expects to make $9,650 with their new purchase?

**MATH**

The property restoration company PuroServ is considering switching to new dehumidifiers. Their market research, considering the cost of the new machines and their efficiency, tells them that the switch would give them a 54% chance of making a $20,000 profit, a 23% chance of ...

**Math**

thank you Ms. Sue. I didn't realize he had responded :)

**Math**

A certain drawing states that the odds of winning are 117:168. What would be the odds against winning? Would it be 168/117??

**Math**

The property restoration company PuroServ is considering switching to new dehumidifiers. Their market research, considering the cost of the new machines and their efficiency, tells them that the switch would give them a 54% chance of making a $20,000 profit, a 23% chance of ...

**Math**

A community 5K run will award $50 to the winner. 60 people enter the race, and they each pay an entry fee of $20. Assuming they are all equally likely to win, what is a fair price for the competition? Round to the nearest cent.

**MATH-too confusing :(**

Last fall, a gardener planted 64 iris bulbs. She found that only 56 of the bulbs bloomed in the spring. a.) Find the empirical probability that an iris bulb of this type will bloom. Give answer as a fraction in lowest terms. b.) How many of the bulbs should she plant next fall...

**Math**

The property restoration company PuroServ is considering switching to new dehumidifiers. Their market research, considering the cost of the new machines and their efficiency, tells them that the switch would give them a 54% chance of making a $20,000 profit, a 23% chance of ...

**Math**

okay, but my only options to choose from are: 117:168 117:285 168:285 168:117 ??

**Math**

A certain drawing states that the odds of winning are 117:168. What would be the odds against winning? would it be 168/117?

**Math**

i was looking for a fraction answer...thats what i thought it was...thanks :)

**Math**

would it be 17/214?

**Math**

If the odds of winning a raffle are 17:214, what is the probability of winning?

**Math**

oh i didn't know that is how i solve it...thank you again

**Math**

If the probability of seeing moose in a day in a certain region of Alaska is 0.37, what is the probability of not seeing any moose in a day there?

**Math**

oh its that easy? wow thank u :)

**Math**

23 college sophomores at Crocodile Community College, 12 preferred pepperoni pizza, 7 preferred supreme, and 4 preferred cheese. If we picked a college sophomore at Crocodile Community College at random, what is the probability that he or she would prefer supreme? Give ...

**Math**

A person spins the pointer and is awarded the amount indicated by the pointer. (A circle with 3 sections divided: $2, $5, $10). The pointer stops on $2. It costs $6 to play the game. Determine: a.) The expectation of a person who plays the game. b.) The fair price to play the ...

**Math**

what do you mean by draw your conclusion?

**Math**

A person spins the pointer and is awarded the amount indicated by the pointer. (A circle with 3 sections divided: $2, $5, $10). The pointer stops on $2. It costs $6 to play the game. Determine: a.) The expectation of a person who plays the game. b.) The fair price to play the ...

**coms 285**

i'm sure this info can be found in your textbook and you can even quote it as well with your references....maybe google it too :)

**Math**

oooooh okay....thank you for your help :)

**Math**

One thousand raffle tickets are sold for $4.00 each. One grand prize of $800 and two consolation prizes of $100 each will be awarded. Jeremy purchases one ticket. Find his expected value.

**Math**

oh okay...so confusing...thank you.

**Math**

In a multiple-choice test, each question has five options. Students will get 5 points for each correct answer; lose 2 point for each incorrect answer; and receive no points for unanswered questions. A student does not know the correct answer for one question. Is it to her ...

**Math-probability**

yes thank you.

**Math-probability**

In a multiple-choice test, each question has five options. Students will get 5 points for each correct answer; lose 2 point for each incorrect answer; and receive no points for unanswered questions. A student does not know the correct answer for one question. Is it to her ...

**Math**

great! i get it...thank u :)

**Math**

225/500 = 0.45??

**Math**

oooooooh i totally messed up!!! sorry i did 500/180 instead of 180/500....so it would be 0.36....sorry :(

**Math**

is it 180/500 = 2.7777???

**Math**

Mr. Doodle’s grade distribution over the past 3 years for a course in college algebra is shown in the chart below. Grade Number A 45 B 180 C 110 D 95 F 65 I 5 If Jane plans to take a college algebra course with Mr. Doodle, determine the empirical probability that she ...

**Math**

One thousand raffle tickets are sold for $4.00 each. One grand prize of $800 and two consolation prizes of $100 each will be awarded. Jeremy purchases one ticket. Find his expected value.

**Math**

In a multiple-choice test, each question has five options. Students will get 5 points for each correct answer; lose 2 point for each incorrect answer; and receive no points for unanswered questions. A student does not know the correct answer for one question. Is it to her ...

**Math**

Mr. Doodle’s grade distribution over the past 3 years for a course in college algebra is shown in the chart below. Grade Number A 45 B 180 C 110 D 95 F 65 I 5 If Jane plans to take a college algebra course with Mr. Doodle, determine the empirical probability that she ...

**Math**

Yes, sorry about that... Mr. Doodle’s grade distribution over the past 3 years for a course in college algebra is shown in the chart below. Grade Number A 45 B 180 C 110 D 95 F 65 I 5 If Jane plans to take a college algebra course with Mr. Doodle, determine the empirical ...

**Math**

Jane plans to take a college algebra course with Mr. Doodle, determine the empirical probability that she receives at least a B.

**Math-probability**

The odds against Lounging Larry winning the horse race are 5:9. Determine the probability that Lounging Larry wins the horse race.

**Algebra**

Well from the expression here, my answer would be 22, but that is not one of your options.... 16 + 8 + 3 - 5 = 22

**Math-probability**

One card is selected at random from a deck of cards. Determine the probability that the card is a black heart.

**Math-probability**

The theoretical probability of undesirable side effects resulting from taking Grebex is 2 in 19. If 380 people take Grebex to lower their blood pressure, how many will encounter undesirable side effects?

**Math-probability**

Jane plans to take a college algebra course with Mr. Doodle, determine the empirical probability that she receives at least a B.

**Math**

30 basketballs (15 Spalding, 10 Wilson, and 5 other brand-name balls) are on a basketball court. Barry Wood closes his eyes and arbitrarily picks up a ball from the court. Determine the probability that the ball selected is a Wilson or a Spalding.

**Math**

In the United States, more male babies are born than female. In 2004, 2,104,661 males were born and 2,007,391 females were born. Determine the empirical probability of an individual being born a) male. b) female.

**Math**

30 basketballs (15 Spalding, 10 Wilson, and 5 other brand-name balls) are on a basketball court. Barry Wood closes his eyes and arbitrarily picks up a ball from the court. Determine the probability that the ball selected is a Wilson or a Spalding.

**Math**

Construct a truth table for the statement. (p ↔ q) → p

**Geometry-help please :(**

Construct a truth table for the statement. (p ↔ q) → p

**Math....please help**

Construct a truth table for the statement. (p ↔ q) → p

**medical coding**

a. compendium

**Math**

oh ok.... q~p??

**Math**

so its q ^ p??