Question

A snack has 12 pieces of candy, 1 b, 1 y, 3 g, 2 r, 2 o, 3 br. A person pours the candies randomly on their plate, in line. (a) what's the probability the colors remain in line? (b) if a million people where to complete the same random pour task, what is the expected number of people whole have all their colors togethers in line?

b - blue

g - green

y - yellow

o - orange

r - red

br - brown

Answer #1

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3, green, 2 red, 2 orange. Someone pours them out in a line...
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people who will have colors in line?

A bowl contains 6 brown, 3 red, 4 yellow, and 2 blue pieces of
candy. If you choose 2 at random (without replacing the first) what
the probability that: a. the frrst is red and the second is yellow
b. the flIst is yellow and the second is red c. one is red and the
other is yellow (in either order)/ d. both are brown?

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orange and purple pieces. Ideally, each bag should have the same
amount of pieces for each color (so colors/categories are equally
likely.)
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(Skittles, M&Ms or Mike & Ikes, etc) that fulfills the
requirements listed below and perform a goodness of fit test for
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Requirements...

Are candy color pieces uniformly distributed?
In a 2 ounce bag of Skittles, there are green, red, yellow,
orange and purple pieces. Ideally, each bag should have the same
amount of pieces for each color (so colors/categories are equally
likely.)
PROJECT: Pick (or Google a picture of) a bag of candy (Skittles,
M&Ms or Mike & Ikes, etc) that fulfills the requirements
listed below and perform a goodness of fit test for uniform
distribution (use a 0.05 significance level.)
Requirements...

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bags of M&M's. She wonders if the candy color distribution in
each snack bag matches the distribution of colors reported online
that says 24% blue, 13% brown, 16% green, 20% orange, 13% red, and
14% yellow. She has the kids count what they observe in their snack
bags. She does a test and the P-value= 0.024. She used a 5% level
of significance.
(Do Not Perform The Tests! Just answer...

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The green cards are numbered 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. The yellow cards
are numbered 1, 2, and 3. The cards are well shuffled and you
randomly draw one card.
G = card drawn is green
E = card drawn is even-numbered
a. How many elements are there in the sample
space? _____
b. P(E) =_____ (Round to 4 decimal places)
2. A special deck of cards...

Relations and Functions
Usual symbols for the above are;
Relations: R1, R2, S, T, etc
Functions: f, g, h, etc. But remember a function is a special
kind of relation so it might turn out that a Relation, R, is a
function, too.
Relations
To understand the symbolism better, let’s say the domain of a
relation, R, is A = { a, b , c} and the Codomain is B = {
1,2,3,4}.
Here is the relation: a R 1, ...

please answer and explain
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