Question

Which of the following pairs of events are mutually exclusive?

Question 3 options:

a |
Drawing a face card or drawing a red card from a deck of cards |

b |
Spinning a prime number or spinning an even number on a spinner with eight sections numbered 1 to 8 |

c |
Passing this test and wearing socks |

d |
All of the above are mutually exclusive |

e |
None of the above are mutually exclusive |

Answer #1

Option ( C) is mutually exclusive

Passing a test and wearing socks are mutually exclusive

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Which of the following is an example of dependent events?
Question 4 options:
rolling a die and flipping a coin
dealing two cards from a standard deck
picking a card from a deck and rolling a die
none of the above

Which of the following events are NOT mutually exclusive?
A.
If you draw one card out of a deck, it could be a spade or a
heart.
B. The chance that I watch the football game next Saturday and
you watch the same football game.
C. Whether I bike the entire way from home to campus, or drive
from home to campus.
D. If you take the Bar examination this year, you could either
pass or fail the test.

Which of the following analysis techniques require an
incremental analysis for mutually exclusive projects?
Question options:
Present Worth and Annual Worth
IRR and Annual Worth
Benefit-Cost and Present Worth
IRR and Benefit-Cost

Question 7 2 pts
A card is randomly selected from a standard deck of 52 cards.
What is P(8 or 9)?
Homework Help:
2VC: Probabilities when drawing one card from a deck (Links to
an external site.) (0:59)
2DD. Probabilities when drawing one card from a deck (Links to
an external site.) (DOCX)
Group of answer choices
13/52
16/52
8/52
2/8
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Question 8 2 pts
In a sample of 500 customers, 140 say that service is poor....

QUESTION 20
For this and the next 3 questions. Consider the following
MUTUALLY EXCLUSIVE projects. Cost of capital is 10%. Calculate
IRR.
Year
Project A
Project B
0
-40,000
-20,000
1
8,000
7,000
2
14,000
13,000
3
13,000
12,000
4
12,000
5
11,000
6
10,000
IRR (A) = 17.47%. IRR(B) = 25.20%
IRR (A) = 17.77%. IRR(B) = 25.20%
IRR (A) = 17.47%. IRR(B) = 20%
None of the above is completely correct
1 points
QUESTION 21
Calculate NPV...

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