Expected value If on a $1 bet, Paul Goldstein's expected value is 0.30, what is Paul's expected value on a $5 bet. I got 1.50 but my teacher said it wasn't correct

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  1. Language Arts :o)

    1. What is the best paraphrase of these lines from "Paul Revere's Ride"? And the spark struck out by that steed in his flight, kindled the land into flame with it's heat. A. Sparks from Paul Revere's horse started a brush fire. B. Paul Revere's horse

  2. math

    Paul is making loaves of raisin bread to sell at a fundraising event. The recipe calls for 1/3 cup of raisins for each loaf, and Paul has 3 1/4 cups of raisins a) How many loaves can Paul make? b) How many cups of raisins will he have left over? Go step by

  3. English

    in the pigman and me is it clear that jennifer is a good friend to paul because... A. she suggests that he run, not fight. B. paul thinks she a beautiful C. she is completely loyal to paul*** D. she and paul carved their name on a tree

  4. Biomechanics

    Maddie is standing still when her dancing partner, Paul, begins to lift her up and throw her into the air. Maddie’s mass is 40 kg. Paul exerts an average vertical force of 500 N for 1.0 s on Maddie during the lift and throwing motion. What is Maddie’s

  5. Lang Arts

    The word condemnation best describes which situation from The Pigman & Me? Select all that apply (there are 2 answers). A. Paul hits John with the paddle B. Nonno Frankie gives Paul advice C. Paul shows up to the fight D. Paul's sister attacks Moose My

  6. Biology

    Dr. Paul is blood type O. His father was blood type A and his mother was blood type B. What were the genotypes of his parents and what are the possible blood types and ratios expected for crosses involving these parental genotypes?

  7. Math

    Paul's car is 14 feet long. Paul is making a model of his car that is the actual size. Which proportion should be used to find the length, L, of Paul's model?

  8. Math (expected value)

    A roulette wheel in Las Vegas has 18 red slots and 18 black slots numbered alternately with the numbers 1 through 36. Two green slots are numbered 0 and 00. The winning number is determined by the slot into which a single marble rolls. Players are not

  9. math

    The given box plots show the number of text messages Paul and Sally received each day on their cell phones. Select the true statement. A. The interquartile range of Paul's data is less than the interquartile range of Sally's data. B. The median of Paul's

  10. probability

    The state of Ohio has several statewide lottery options. One is the Pick 3 game in which you pick one of the 1000 three-digit numbers between 000 and 999. The lottery selects a three-digit number at random. With a bet of $1, you win $500 if your number is

  11. math

    paul dad made a turkey potpie for dinner on wednesday. the family ate 4/8 of the pie. on Thursday after school paul ate 2/16 of the pie for a snack. what fraction of the pie remained.

  12. Chemistry

    Consider the following compounds: KF, NaF, and RbCl. Answer the following questions based on expected periodic trends: (a) Which is expected to have the shortest ionic bonds? (b) Which is expected to have the highest lattice energy? (c) Which is expected

  13. ELA

    1. At the end of "The New Colossus," the statue says, "I lift my lamp beside the golden door!" What is "the golden door"? A: a door that lets tourists climb to the top of the Statue of Liberty B: the gate of heaven, to which the statue's raised arm points

  14. language arts

    Read the excerpt from Paul Revere's Ride. He said to his friend, "If the British march By land or sea from the town to-night, Hang a lantern aloft in the belfry arch Of the North Church tower as a signal light,-- One if by land, and two if by sea; And I on

  15. algebra

    peter is twice as old as paul was when peter was as old as paul is now. the combined ages of peter and paul is is 56 years. how old are peter and paul now?

  16. Geometry

    Prove that a line that divides two sides of a triangle proportionally is parallel to the third side. Be sure to create a name the appropriate geometric figures. Paul walks 25 feet away from his house and places a mirror on the ground. He backs 5 feet away

  17. Math

    Together Paul and Jack earned $72 washing cars. Jack washed twice as many cars as Paul. If Paul washed 3 cars, how much did they charge to wash each car?

  18. maths please check my answer

    paul orders a pizza. chef carl randomly chooses two different toppings to put on the pizza from the following:~ pepperoni, onion, sausage, mushrooms and anchovies. if paul does not eat pizza with mushrooms, determine the probablity that paul will not eat

  19. English

    A character who is depicted realistically and has his or her own personality and history in a story is what type of character? A. Individuated B. Main == C. Modern D. Representative Which of the following is not considered a level of setting in a story? A.

  20. statistics

    The game of roulette uses a wheel containing 38 pockets. Thirty-six pockets are numbered 1,2.....,36, and the remaining two are marked 0 and 00. The wheel is spun, and a pocket is identified as the "winner." Assume that the observance of any one pocket is

  21. math

    Paul bowled 6 games today. His scores are shown below. Game 1: 158 Game 2: 124 Game 3: 110 Game 4: 167 Game 5: 146 Game 6: 165 a. What was Paul's median score for the 6 games? Answer: 152 b. What was Paul's mean score for the 6 games? Answer: 145 c. Paul

  22. Math

    paul can type 60 words per minute and jen can type 80 words per minute. how dose puls typing speed compare to jen? 1.Paul can type 1/4 as fast as Jen. 2.Paul can type 1/3 as fast as Jen. 3.Paul can type 3/4 as fast as Jen. 4.Paul can type 1 1/3 times as

  23. Lit

    (Both from "The Rocking-Horse Winner") Paul's mother can best be described as; loving and gentle, sensitive and kind, cold and distant, or simple and carefree. I think it's a toss between loving and gentle and sensitive and kind but I also felt that she

  24. math

    Five members of a family are standing in line at a carnical ride.A girl is at the front and an adult is at the back. Tom is 3rd in line.Which list could be the order of the line from first to last? A.Gina,Paul,Mrs.Moore,Tom,Mr.Moore

  25. math

    Together Marc and Paul have $32 Marc has $4 less than twice the amount Paul has. How much does each man have? How do I set this up -4+2x=32 ??

  26. Math

    Which statement represents the inverse of the statement, "If it is snowing, then Paul wears a sweater"? A. If Paul wears a sweater, then it is snowing. B. If Paul does not wear a sweater, then it is not snowing. C. If it is not snowing, then Paul does not

  27. English

    choose the phrase in which commas are used correctly to complete the sentence. Is ______ your favorite painter? A., Paul Cezanne, or Pablo Picasso B.Rembrandt Paul Cezanne or Pablo Picasso I think it is A

  28. math

    Paul Warren is a self-employed mechanic. Last year he had total gross earnings of $44,260. What are Paul’s quarterly social security payments due to the IRS?

  29. math

    Paul Warren is a self-employed mechanic. Last year he had total gross earnings of $44,260. What are Paul’s quarterly social security payments due to the IRS

  30. Literature

    5. In "Paul's Case," the story suggests that Paul's "dark corner" represents his (A). homosexual orientation. B. fear of his father. C. destiny as a misfit. D. contempt for authority All of the above answers in my opinion contributed to Paul's darkness. I

  31. algebra

    Mark and Paul shared a sum of money in the ratio 2: 3 respectively. Mark received $120. What was Paul's share?

  32. PSAT - Math

    Hello, I am reviewing my psat and looking at the questions I got wrong. I can't understand how to do this problem. Mike and paul left their houses at the same time for a fitness run to the park. Mike ran at an average speed of 7 miles per hour. Paul ran at

  33. literature

    2. Studying the plot elements in "A Pair of Silk Stockings," you might reasonably conclude that the essence of her story A. is found in its sensual descriptions. B. reflects the despair of daily life. C. emphasizes the hardship of poverty. D. is identical

  34. STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT

    6. At present, suppose the risk-free rate is 10 percent and the expected return on the market portfolio is 15 percent. The expected returns for four stocks are listed together with their expected betas. Stock Expected Return Beta NIC 18% 1.3 EIC 14 0.8 UIC

  35. math

    Paul an Peter each toss a coin and record the results. Paul: H H T H T H H H T T H H T H T H T H H T T Peter: H T H H T H H T T H T H ... ... If the probability of heads to tails was the same for both boys, what were peter's last two tosses?

  36. Probability

    A contest entrant has a .00001 probability of winning $5,000.00. If this is only prize and the entry fee is $20.00, then what is the expected value? Regardless of what you pay for an entry "ticket" its expected value is in this case (probability of

  37. math

    Paul works for three hours. Sally works 2 1/2 times as long as Paul. Raul works 3/4 hours less than Paul. Tim works 1 1/3 times as long and Raoul. How long does each person work? How long do they work together?

  38. physics

    john and paul are trying to move a 100kg piano which is resulting on a flat, smooth floor. John pushing towards the North, while Paul is pushing towards the East. Both are exerting a 100N force. What is acceleration of the piano (magnitude and direction)?

  39. Math

    In a baseball league, Paul got 8 hits in 20 at-bats, and Josh got 12 hits in 30 at-bats. Which player (if either) had the higher batting average? Paul Josh* Both are equal

  40. Maths

    Paul travels from Rye to Easton at an average speed of 90km/h. He travels for T hours. Mary makes the same journey at an average speed of 70km/h. She travels for 1 hour longer than paul. Work out the value of T.

  41. geometry

    Expected value If on a $1 bet, Paul Goldstein's expected value is 0.30, what is Paul's expected value on a $5 bet. I got 1.50 but my teacher said it wasn't correct.

  42. geometry

    Expected value If on a $1 bet, Paul Goldstein's expected value is 0.30,what is Paul's expected value on a $5 bet?

  43. Psychology

    19. If Paul and Rita are exposed to erotic photographs of the opposite sex, it can be expected that _______________. A. Rita will report significantly less arousal than Paul B. Paul will report significantly less arousal than Rita C. the amygdale in Paul's

  44. Math

    Paul was given this math problem on a test to simplify: 1/4 + (5/8 + 1/2). after calculating, Paul mistakenly simplified to 9/32 as his final answer In which step did Paul make his first error? Show your work! My work Paul's work 1/4 /9/8 1/4 /(5/8 + 4/8)

  45. probability

    The odds against Paul Phillips winning the 100 yard dash are 7:2. Determine the probability that: • a) Paul wins. • b) Paul does not win. How do I set this up to find out the equation/answer?

  46. Managerial finance 4A

    Mr Paul is identified three investment opportunities that he is considering.one is investment A that is expected to pay N$800.00 ayear for three years,followed by N$1000.00 per year for four years. it will pay N$2000.00 at the end of the eighth year.

  47. Paul Martin

    Who knows what website I can go to for some baby pictures of Paul Martin? It is for my social studies project. Thankz:P I did an internet check and found only pictures of the Prime Minister as an adult. I suggest you try finding a biography in your

  48. science

    Paul checks the weather forecast. If the forecast is good, Paul will go out for a walk. If the forecast is bad, then Paul will either stay home or go out. If he goes out, he might either remember or forget his umbrella. In the tree diagram below, identify

  49. Gifted and talented language arts

    Which is the best paraphrase of these lines from Paul Revere's ride? And the spark struck out by that steed and his flight, kindled the land into flame with its heat. Sparks from Paul Revere's horse started a brushfire Paul Revere's horse sparks fear and

  50. Drama

    About the movie" Hotel Rwanda¡±£º 1. 1. What moment did Paul's life change? 2. Could Paul have changed his mind? 3. At what moment was Paul past the point of no return? 4. What are the positive and negative sides of attempting to recreate actual events

  51. Math

    Peter and Paul are heading towards the same destination 25 km away. Peter walks at 5 km/h while paul cycles 4 times as faster. If both start off from the same place at the same time, Paul will arrive _______ hours earlier than Peter. Express your answer to

  52. math

    Wandy and Paul are saving to buy their home. Wandy saved $16 390 while paul has save $18 000. how more has paul saved. how much altogether?

  53. History

    I need HELP on my history homework about Christianity in Rome. The section is "The Missionary Work of Paul": 1. Why did Paul's early life contradict what he ended up doing later in life? I think the answer to 1 might be: In Paul's early life, he explicitly

  54. english

    Write S if the sentence is simple .Write C if the sentence compound. 1) Paul plays on the basketball team and works part time at the grocery store. Compound 2)He is an assistant manager in the deli.Simple 3) The store manager hired him as a bagger,but Paul

  55. Physics

    Jim is 100m(S) of Paul. Paul begins to walk east at 2.0m/s the same time Jim begins to walk west at 3.0m/s. what is the displacement of Jim from Paul 20 seconds later? Please explain steps Answer is 141(SW)

  56. Relgion

    The world St. Paul lived;St. Paul’s conversion. How did each influence his understanding of his mission and ministry? ·

  57. physics

    Harris and Paul carry a surfboard that is 2.43 m long and weighs 143 N. Paul lifts one end with a force of 40 N.

  58. maths

    paul is paid $5 per hour. one day paul works for 4 hours 15 minutes. calculate his total pay.

  59. math

    paul is twice as old as john.17years ago their age was 33.how old is paul?

  60. math

    Paul is making loaves of raisin bread to sell at a fundraising event. The recipe calls for 1/3 cup of raisins for each loaf, and Paul has 3 1/4 cups of raisins a) How many loaves can Paul make? b) How many cups of raisins will he have left over? Go step by

  61. Physics !

    Paul pulls a stalled car with a rope 493-m with a force of 267-N, calculate the powered generated by Paul after 9 minutes pulling it down the road.

  62. maths

    Paul wrote five tests which were marked out of a total of 200 marks. Paul scored 40 out of 50 in a 6th test. What was his NEW average? HoW do I work out this type of sum.

  63. Statistics

    The game of chuck-a-luck consists of rolling 3 dice. The player picks a number, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6. Winning and losing depends on the number of times the number appears on the top of each die. If the number appears once then the winnings are equal to the

  64. math

    Paul Warren is a self-employed mechanic. Last year he had total gross earnings of $44,260. What are Paul’s quarterly social security payments due to the IRS?

  65. math

    Paul Warren is a self-employed mechanic. Last year he had total gross earnings of $44,260. What are Paul’s quarterly social security payments due to the IRS?

  66. Math

    19. Paul can type 60 words per minute and Jennifer can type 80 words per minute. How does Paul's typing speed compare to Jennifer's? A. Paul can type 1/3 as fast as Jennifer. B. Paul can type 3/4 as fast as Jennifer. C. Paul can type 11/3 times as fast as

  67. math

    Together Paul and Jack earned $72 washing cars. Jack washed twice as many cars as Paul. If Paul washed 3 cars, how much did they charge to wash each car?

  68. English

    In "Paul's Case," members of the faculty don't like Paul's carnation because they think A. it doesn't match his other clothing. B. it suggests that he's not taking things seriously. C. it's the mark of an early death. D. it's effeminate for a man to wear a

  69. math

    There are 40 slots in a roulette wheel,19 are red, 19 are black, and 2 are green. if you place a $1 bet on red and win, you get $2( your original point $1 and an additional $1) returned. what is the expected value of a $1.00 bet on red.

  70. Physics

    Paul and henry carry a sack weighing 600nt on a pole between them. If the pole is 2m long and the load is .dm from Paul, what forrce does each boy exert?

  71. Math

    Paul is 20 years older than joy four years ago; the ratio of their ages was 7:3 find the present age of Paul

  72. Mathematics

    Paul wrote five tests which were marked out of 200 marks. His average was 60%. Paul scored 40 out of 50 in a 6th test. What was his NEW average?

  73. psychology

    Paul thinks of himself as an excellent negotiator after purchasing a brand new car.two months later,his brother in -law Noah purchases the same model for $1,000 less than Paul paid!According to cognitive dissonance theory,Paul will probably: a)decide that

  74. math

    Which of the following is a disjunction? Angela is forty-three. Lisa will run a marathon and Lisa will compete in a triathlon. Paul is at school or Paul is at home. A spuare has four sides and four angles.

  75. math

    Paul's dresser has 10 loose socks that can make 5 different pairs. If Paul reaches into the drawer and randomly picks 2, socks what is the probability that they match? A1/2 B1/5 C1/10 D1/45 P.s Please explain how u worked it out :) thanks:p

  76. Statistics

    An American style roulette wheel has individual compartments for the numbers 1 to 36, plus 0 and 00. If the payoff for a single-number bet is 35:1, what is the expected value of the winnings on any single-number bet?

  77. damon-steve- help statistics

    Statistics City XYZ has 8800 registered voters. There are two candidates: Peter and Paul. A poll of 600 randomly selected registered voters was conducted. We know that 331 said they'd vote for Peter and 251 said they'd vote for Paul. We also know that 18

  78. 9th grade

    h=2.4t+32.2 paul's height is 69.4 inches. What is the approximate length, in inches, of paul's tibia bone?

  79. Algebra 1 (Ms. Sue)

    Paul bought a student discount card for the bus. The card cost $7 and allows him to buy daily bus passes for $1.25. After one month, Paul spent $29.50. How many daily bus passes did Paul buy?

  80. Math

    Paul saves $60 every month.This is 15$ of his salary. Calculate Paul's full salary.

  81. Mathematics

    Paul and Eric shared some money in the ratio of 4:5 respectively. If Paul has #120 how much does Eric have?

  82. Math

    Paul gets a bill from the sign rental company for $73.03. Their original quote was $9.84 per day for the sign, plus $13.99 for delivery/pick up. For how many days rental was Paul billed?

  83. Human Relations

    I'd would like to learn about how Pope John Paul II was a good leader. This is what I've written so far: Pope John Paul II was a man who represented the Roman Catholic Church very well with his charity work and dedication to his faith.

  84. Math

    An urn contains 4 green, 6 blue and 10 yellow chips. You pay $5 to draw a chip from the urn. Here are the rules of the game: if you draw a green chip, the dealer returns you your bet and gives you an additional $5. if you draw a blue chip, the dealer

  85. aig math

    Jenny,Bob and Paul share a sum of money. Jenny received 2/5 of the money, Bob received 1/4 of the money and Paul received the rest of the money. If Paul received $1.50 more than Bob, how much more money did Jenny receive than Paul.

  86. College Stats

    An urn contains 4 green, 6 blue and 10 yellow chips. You pay $5 to draw a chip from the urn. Here are the rules of the game: if you draw a green chip, the dealer returns you your bet and gives you an additional $5. if you draw a blue chip, the dealer

  87. Math

    Sarah flipped a pair of coins 60 times on 24 occasions, heads appeared on both coins. How is this outcome different from the expected outcome? It occurred 9 more times than expected it occurred 4 more times than expected It occurred 6 fewer times than

  88. math

    Paul was able to jump rope 35 more times than Daniella. If Paul jumped 123 times, how many times did Daniella jump rope? My sol: Let x = # times Daniella jump rope. Then Paul is: x+35 Sol: (x+35)+ x = 123 (?) It doesn't seem quite right. I love math, but

  89. English (I added more)

    Like a teenager’s selfish desire to obtain status through possessions, Paul’s mother demonstrates the same immature emphasis on the importance of material objects and outward appearance in D.H Lawrence’s short story “The Rocking-Horse Winner.”

  90. Physics

    Angela and Paul are opposite ends of the 4.0 m long bar. Paul, whose mass is 78 kg feels attraction to Angela, whose mass is 55 kg. A: If the attraction is gravitational, how strong, in Newtons, is it? B: What are their individual weights?

  91. accounting

    Paul incorporated Antler Paul contributes $1,000,000 cash in exchange for 100,000 common shares in Antler

  92. physics

    two boys paul mass 60kg and john mass 40kg are standing on skateboards. They place their hands against each other and push away from each other so that they start to move in opposite direction. (a) if paul moves to the left with velocity of 0.8m/s..

  93. grammar

    Which one of the following sentences uses pronouns correctly? A.Please give Paul and I your undivided attention. B.Jacob and me are going to set a meeting date. C.Carol told Silvya and he the good news. D. Send the package to Tanya and him. I think the

  94. math

    Paul reads a 40 page book in 30 minutes. (a) What is Paul's reading rate of pages per miunute? (b) If he continues to read at the same rate, how many pages will he read in 3.5 hours?

  95. statistics

    The game of roulette uses a wheel containing 38 pockets. Thirty-six pockets are numbered 1, 2, 3, ..., 35, 36, and the remaining two are marked 0 and 00. The wheel is spun, and a pocket is identified as the "winner." Assume that the observance of any one

  96. math

    Joan has one more than 3 times as many cassette tapes as Paul has. Together they have 25 tapes. How many tapes does Paul have? ANS: 6 tapes The answer is 6 tapes. Does anyone know how to do this problem?

  97. Probability

    1.John puts the letters of the word FOOTFEST in 8 different envelopes. Paul chooses an envelope at random. (a)(i)Calculate the probability that Paul chooses an envelope containg letter O (1/8 ?) (ii)Calculate the probability tthat Paul doesn't chooses an

  98. Probability

    1.John puts the letters of the word FOOTFEST in 8 different envelopes. Paul chooses an envelope at random. (a)(i)Calculate the probability that Paul chooses an envelope containg letter O (1/8 ?) (ii)Calculate the probability tthat Paul doesn't chooses an

  99. Math

    It takes one hour longer to fly to St. paul at 200 miles per hour than it does to return at 250 miles per hour. How far away is St. Paul?

  100. math

    Nina walked 15 yards to Paul's house. They then went hiking. Which rule shows how many yards Nina walks for every yard Paul walks? A p=n+15 B n=p+15 C p=15-n D n=p-15

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