A collection of possible outcomes is know as a(n):
__________ requires the evaluation of available opinions and other information to produce estimates.
A. An experiment
B. An observation
C. Classical probability
D. Subjective probability
The probability of selecting a red card from a fair deck of cards is:
A. a collectively exhaustive experiment.
B. an example of a mutually exclusive event.
C. an example of classical probability.
D. All of the above
Events A and B are mutually exclusive. The probability of event A occurring is 0.15; the probability of event B occurring is 0.45. What is the probability that A or B will occur?
Of 680 college students surveyed, 540 reported that they held a part-time job. What is the probability of selecting a student with a part-time job from this group?
Please answer questions 6-8 based on the following information.
A student survey revealed the following data concerning employment status:
Class Level/Job status None Part-time Full-time
Freshman 16 52 12
Sophomore 4 26 20
Junior 8 18 34
Senoir 22 18
If one student is selected at random, what is the probability that the selected person is currently unemployed?
Based on the information in the chart in #6 (above), if one student is selected at random, what is the probability that the selected person is a senior working full-time?
Based on the information in the chart in #6 (above), if one student is selected at random, what is the probability that the selected person is a freshman employed on a part-time basis?
P(A) = 0.40; P(B) = 0.25; the probability of both events occurring is 0.15. What is the probability of either event occurring?
What is the probability of obtaining a “1” or a “2” on a single throw of a fair die?