Question

- Use data in the following table, which summarizes blood group
and Rh types for 100 subjects. These values may vary in different
regions according to the ethnicity of the population
(
)*20 points*

group type |
O |
A |
B |
AB |

Rh+ |
39 |
35 |
8 |
4 |

Rh- |
6 |
5 |
2 |
1 |

If 5 of the 100 subjects randomly selected, find, in scientific notation, the probability that they are all group A and Rh+, if the selections are made

- with replacement

- without replacement

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If 5 of the 100 subjects randomly selected

the probability that they are both group O and

type Rh+.

P(a person is A and type Rh+) = 35/100

a)

assume the selections are made with replacement

P(5 people are A and Rh+) = 0.35^5 = **0.005252**

b)

assume the selections are made without replacement.

(2 people are O and Rh+) = (35/100)(34/99)(33/98)(32/97)(31/96) =
**0.00431197**

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