Percentages + multiplication principle - practice problems
Number of problems found: 12
- An aircraft
An aircraft manufacturing company has submitted bids on two separate airline contracts, A and B. The company feels that it has a 70% chance of winning contract A and a 25% chance of winning contract B. Furthermore, it believes that winning contract A is i
- 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?
- Three colors
Find the probability that 3 balls of the same color will be drawn from fate with 10 white, 10 red, and 10 blue balls.
- Hazard game
In the Sportka hazard game, 6 numbers out of 49 are drawn. What is the probability that we will win: a) second prize (we guess 5 numbers correctly) b) the third prize (we guess 4 numbers correctly)?
- Birthday paradox
How large must the group of people be so that the probability that two people have a birthday on the same day of the year is greater than 90%?
- The test
The test contains four questions, and there are five different answers to each of them, of which only one is correct, the others are incorrect. What is the probability that a student who does not know the answer to any question will guess the right answer
- The university
At a certain university, 25% of students are in the business faculty. Of the students in the business faculty, 66% are males. However, only 52% of all students at the university are male. a. What is the probability that a student selected at random in the
- Two aces
From a 32 card box we randomly pick 1 card and then 2 more cards. What is the probability that last two drawn cards are aces?
We throw 2 times with 2 dices. What is the probability that the first roll will fall more than sum of 9 and the second throw have sum 3 or does not have the sum 4?
- travel agency
Small travel agency offers 5 different tours at honeymoon. What is the probability that the bride and groom choose the same tour (they choose independently)?
- Green - Red
We have 5 bags. Each consist one green and 2 red balls. From each we pull just one ball. What is the probability that we doesn't pull any green ball?
Event P has probability of 0.84. What is the probability that the event P occurs in 3, 5, 7 try.
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