• PROBABILITY QUESTION POINTS FOR ANDWER!!?

    Which of the following demonstrates a fair choice of 1 from among 12 candidates Assigning each candidate a sequence while rolling a die and flipping a coin (for example: 1-H). Assigning each candidate a 4-digit number made of the digits from 0-4. Shuffling a bag of four balls numbered 0-4 and picking one at a time in order. Assigning each... show more
    Which of the following demonstrates a fair choice of 1 from among 12 candidates Assigning each candidate a sequence while rolling a die and flipping a coin (for example: 1-H). Assigning each candidate a 4-digit number made of the digits from 0-4. Shuffling a bag of four balls numbered 0-4 and picking one at a time in order. Assigning each candidate a sequence of 4 heads or tails (for example: H-T-T-H) and flipping a coin four times to pick the winning sequence. Assigning each candidate a 2-digit sequence that is decided by throwing two dice where order does not matter (for example: 3-4, 2-6). Assigning each candidate a number that is decided by throwing two dice of different colors to distinguish the order of the outcomes (for example: 3-4, 4- 3, 6Exit
    1 answer · Mathematics · 3 years ago
  • MATH HELP! probability question!!?

    Two dice are thrown simultaneously. Given that sum of the numbers is NOT more than 5, what is the probability that sum is more than 3?
    Two dice are thrown simultaneously. Given that sum of the numbers is NOT more than 5, what is the probability that sum is more than 3?
    1 answer · Mathematics · 3 years ago
  • MATH HELP POINTS FOR ANSWER!!?

    Kevin's family has a history of diabetes. The probability that Kevin would inherit the disease is 0.75. Kevin decides to take a test to check if he has the disease. The accuracy of this test is 0.85. What is the probability that Kevin has diabetes and the test predicts this?? Also we now know that the test predicted that Kevin does not have the... show more
    Kevin's family has a history of diabetes. The probability that Kevin would inherit the disease is 0.75. Kevin decides to take a test to check if he has the disease. The accuracy of this test is 0.85. What is the probability that Kevin has diabetes and the test predicts this?? Also we now know that the test predicted that Kevin does not have the disease. Using this info calculate the probability that Kevin does not have the disease after the test was taken
    3 answers · Mathematics · 3 years ago
  • Probability help!! Points to best answer?

    You toss 5 coins. What is the probability that all 5 show heads?? Need the answer in a fraction
    You toss 5 coins. What is the probability that all 5 show heads?? Need the answer in a fraction
    4 answers · Mathematics · 3 years ago
  • Probability question, points to best answer?

    In a city, 49% of the adults are male. 24% of the adults are male and rent action movie DVDs, and 10% of the adults are female and rent action movie DVDs. If an adult is randomly selected for a survey, what is the probability that the adult rents action movie DVDs, given that the adult is female?
    In a city, 49% of the adults are male. 24% of the adults are male and rent action movie DVDs, and 10% of the adults are female and rent action movie DVDs. If an adult is randomly selected for a survey, what is the probability that the adult rents action movie DVDs, given that the adult is female?
    1 answer · Mathematics · 3 years ago
  • MATH HELP POINTS TO BEST ANSWER?

    Suppose you have data that shows that 12% of athletes test positive for steroids. You also know that 11% of athletes test positive for steriods and actually use them. What is the probability that an athlete uses steriods, given that he tests positive? Answer choices are 0.37 0.43 0.51 0.67 0.92
    Suppose you have data that shows that 12% of athletes test positive for steroids. You also know that 11% of athletes test positive for steriods and actually use them. What is the probability that an athlete uses steriods, given that he tests positive? Answer choices are 0.37 0.43 0.51 0.67 0.92
    1 answer · Mathematics · 3 years ago
  • Math homework help!!?

    If 6 cards are drawn at random from a standard deck of 52 cards, what is the probability that exactly 2 of the cards are spades? I need the answer in a fraction
    If 6 cards are drawn at random from a standard deck of 52 cards, what is the probability that exactly 2 of the cards are spades? I need the answer in a fraction
    1 answer · Homework Help · 3 years ago
  • PLZ HELP geometry point for correct answer!!?

    A flight of stairs is supported by two columns as shown. What is the distance from the base of the stairs to the tallest column? 6 feet 8 feet 12 feet 16 feet 20 feet
    A flight of stairs is supported by two columns as shown. What is the distance from the base of the stairs to the tallest column? 6 feet 8 feet 12 feet 16 feet 20 feet
    2 answers · Mathematics · 3 years ago
  • GEOMETRY HELP POINTS FOR CORRECT ANSWER?

    A flight of stairs is supported by two columns as shown. What is the distance from the base of the stairs to the tallest column?
    A flight of stairs is supported by two columns as shown. What is the distance from the base of the stairs to the tallest column?
    1 answer · Homework Help · 3 years ago