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December 7, 2013

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math
A game show contestant is offered the option of receiving a computer system worth \$2300 or accepting a chance to win either a luxary vacation worth \$5000 ora boat worth \$8000.If the second option is chosen the contestant"s probability of winning the vacation or the boat a...

Physics
Suppose a 47-N sled is resting on packed snow. The coefficient of kinetic friction is 0.14. If a person weighing 670 N sits on the sled, what force is needed to pull the sled across the snow at constant speed?

math
Therese Felser manages a grocery warehouse which encourages volume shopping on the part of its customers. Therese has discovered that, on any given weekday 70 percent of the customer sales amount to more than \$ 100. That is any given sale on such a day has a probability of 0.7...

math
Therese Felser manages a grocery warehouse which encourages volume shopping on the part of its customers. Therese has discovered that, on any given weekday 70 percent of the customer sales amount to more than \$ 100. That is any given sale on such a day has a probability of 0.7...

math
Therese Felser manages a grocery warehouse which encourages volume shopping on the part of its customers. Therese has discovered that, on any given weekday 70 percent of the customer sales amount to more than \$ 100. That is any given sale on such a day has a probability of 0.7...

math
Therese Felser manages a grocery warehouse which encourages volume shopping on the part of its customers. Therese has discovered that, on any given weekday 70 percent of the customer sales amount to more than \$ 100. That is any given sale on such a day has a probability of 0.7...

math
Assuming boy and girl babies are equally likely, find the probability that it would take a) at least three births to obtain two girls b) at least four births to obtain two girls c) at least five births to obtain two girls

math
Three men and three women are waiting to be interviewed for jobs. If they are all selected in random order find the probability of each event. All the women will be interviewed first. No man will be interviewed until at least two women have been interviewed

math
Assuming boy and girl babies are equally likely, find the probability that it would take a) at least three births to obtain two girls b) at least four births to obtain two girls c) at least five births to obtain two girls

math
Three men and three women are waiting to be interviewed for jobs. If they are all selected in random order find the probability of each event. All the women will be interviewed first. No man will be interviewed until at least two women have been interviewed.

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