Question

Consider randomly selecting a card from a standard 52 card deck.

Define the following events A: select a 5

B: select a red card

C: select a card which has an odd number

Compute the following probabilities.

a) P(A)

b) P(C)

c) P(A or B)

d) P(A|C)

e) P(A|B)

f) P(B|A)

g) P(A and B)

Answer #1

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card is randomly selected and not replaced. Then a second card is
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card is a heart
Event B = The second card is a heart
a. Are these two events mutually exclusive? Why or Why not?
b. Are these two events independent? Why or why not?

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card is randomly selected and not replaced. Then a second card is
randomly selected. Define the following events:
Event A = The first card is a heart
Event B = The second card is a heart
a. Are these two events mutually exclusive? Why or Why not?
b. Are these two events independent? Why or why not?

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deck of 52. Event A is defined as the event tbat the card selected
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- Give an example of an event B for this experiment that such
events A and B are mutually exclusive
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(a)
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b)
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(c)
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