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An urn contains 2 one-dollar bills, 1 five-dollar bill and 1 ten-dollar bill. A player draws bills one at a time without replacement from the urn until a ten-dollar bill is drawn. Then the game stops. All bills are kept by the player. Determine: (A)The probability of winning $17. ?(B)??The probability of winning all bills in the urn. C)The probability of the game stopping at the second draw.

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An urn contains 3 one-dollar bills, 1 five-dollar bill and 1
ten-dollar bill. A player draws bills one at a time without
replacement from the urn until a ten-dollar bill is drawn. Then
the game stops. All bills are kept by the player. Determine:
(A) The probability of winning $10.
(B) The probability of winning all bills in the urn.
(C) The probability of the game stopping at the second
draw

If a salesperson has gross sales of over $600,000 in a year,
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twenty-dollar bill. Bills are drawn out of the box one at a time
without replacement until a twenty-dollar bill is drawn. Then the
game stops. The salesperson's bonus is 1,000 times the value of
the bills drawn. Complete parts (A) through (C) below.
(A)...

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drawn from the urn without replacement.
(a) Describe the sample space S of the random experiment and
specify the brobabilities of its elementary events.
(b) Show the mapping from S to Sx, the range of X.
(c) Find the prababilities for the various valuses of X.
(d) What is the prabability that the amount is...

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In a certain lottery, an urn contains balls numbered 1 to 33.
From this urn, 4 balls are chosen randomly, without replacement.
For a $1 bet, a player chooses one set of four numbers. To win,
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which the balls are selected does not matter. What is the
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A boy has his allowance determined every Sunday by drawing one
paper bill from an urn containing 5 bills in
total: three $1 bills, one $5 bill, and one $10 bill.
$1 $1 $1 $5 $10.
His parents refill the urn every week, so the content of the urn
stays the same every week.
(a) (4pts) Let A be the event that the student draws the
ten-dollar bill this Sunday, and B be the event that the student
draws the...

A bag contains six 1 dollar bills, three 5 dollar
bills, and two 10 dollar bills. An experiment consists of drawing
three random bills from the bag simultaneously. Thus, the
experiment has C(11,3)=165 equally likely outcomes in its sample
space.
What is the probability that at most one 5 dollar bill was drawn,
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Two marbles are randomly drawn in succession without replacement.
Determine the probability that the first marble is green and the
second is red.
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Two marbles are randomly drawn in succession
without replacement. Determine the probability
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drawn. Find an expression for the probability that the total number
of balls drawn is x.

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drawn one by one, without replacement, until 4 black balls are
drawn. Find an expression for the probability that the total number
of balls drawn is x.

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