Combinatorial number - high school - math problems

Number of problems found: 136

  • Balls in row
    Calculate the number of ways of placing 4 black balls, 4 turquoise balls and 5 gold balls in a row.
  • Population variance
    In a California community college, 60% of students will transfer to a college in the CSU system. The number of students in a sample who will transfer follows a binomial distribution. If 8 students are randomly selected, find the population variance σ2 of
  • The flag
    The flag should consist of 3 different colored stripes. Available colors: white, red, blue, green and yellow. Specify: A) number of all flags B) number of flags with a blue stripe C) number of flags with a blue stripe in the middle D) the number of flags
  • The three
    The three boys Adam, Boris and Cyril are to be taken on a two-seater ski lift. How many different removal options are there? What would it be like if four boys or five were to be taken away?
  • Binomial probability
    What is the binominal probability that at least 4 of the 6 trials (n=6) are succeeded where φ = 0.50?
  • Draw a triangle
    We have line segments with lengths of 3cm, 5cm, 6cm, 7cm and 9cm. What is the probability in % that if I randomly select three of them I will be able to draw a triangle?
  • C(6,3)
    C(6,3) + 3 P(6,3)
  • Committee 2
    How many committee consisting of 3 women and 2 men can be formed from a group of 6 woman and 5 men?
  • There 8
    There are 7 women and 5 men in a department. a) how many ways can a committee of 3 people be selected? b) how many ways can a committee of 2 men and 1 woman be selected? c) how many ways can a committee of at least 2 woman be selected (3 people total)?
  • Created trio
    What is the probability that in the created trio, which consists of 19 boys and 12 girls, they will be: a) the boys themselves b) the girls themselves c) 2 boys and 1 girl?
  • Bernoulli distribution
    The production of solar cells produces 2% of defective cells. Assume the cells are independent and that a lot contains 800 cells. Approximate the probability that less than 20 cells are defective. (Answer to the nearest 3 decimals).
  • The six
    The six boys are to be led up the hill by a two-seater lift. How many options are there?
  • Covid-19
    Data showed that 22% of people in a small town was infected with the COVID-19 virus. A random sample of six residents from this town was selected. Find the probability that exactly two of these residents was infected.
  • Doctors
    The drug successfully treats 90% of cases. Calculate the probability that he will cure at least 18 patients out of 20?
  • Seeds
    The germination of seeds of a certain species of carrot is 96%. What is the probability that at least 25 seeds out of 30 will germinate?
  • Wimbledon finals
    Serena Williams made a successful first serve 67% 0f the time in a Wimbledon finals match against her sister Venus. If she continues to serve at the same rate the next time they play and serves 6 times in the first game, determine the probability that: 1.
  • Seedbeds
    The father wants to plant 2 seedbeds of carrot and 2 seedbeds of onion. Use a tree chart to find how many different options for placing the seedbeds he has.
  • Honored students
    Of the 25 students in the class, 10 are honored. How many ways can we choose 5 students from them, if there are to be exactly two honors between them?
  • A license
    A license plate has
3 letters followed by 4 numbers. Repeats are not allowed for the letters, but they are for the numbers. If they are issued at random, what is the probability that the 3 letters are in alphabetical order and the 3 numbers are consecutiv
  • School parliament
    There are 18 boys and 14 girls in the class. In how many ways can 3 representatives be elected to the school parliament, if these are to be: a) the boys themselves b) one boy and two girls

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