A: Find the total of rap music over the total of music so it would be
B: Find the total cds over total music:
C: Cassette of country music over entire collection
D: Total of music that is not rock and roll over total
Probability
Sandra's music bag contains:
3 cds of country music
6 cds of rock and roll
4 cds of rap music
5 cassette tapes of country music
1 cassette tape of rock and roll
3 cassette tapes of rap music
a) As Sandra drives, she often reaches into her bag and randomly pulls out some music. What is the probably that she will select some rap music?
b) Find P(CD), that is, the probability that she will randomly select a CD (of any type of music).
c) Find the probability that she will select a cassete of country music.
d) Find the probability that the music she randomly selects is not rock and roll.
Please help I don't know how to find probability because Im not sure but I think theres a special way to do it. 'thanks.
Hello, peachgal!
Edit: Made an awful blunder in my chart . . . *blush*
. . . I'll correct it now . . .
We can organize the information . . .Sandra's music bag contains:
3 CDs of country music
6 CDs of rock and roll
4 CDs of rap music
5 tapes of country music
1 tape of rock and roll
3 tapes of rap music
As Sandra drives, she often reaches into her bag and randomly pulls out some music.
There are 22 units, 7 are Rap music. .What is the probably that she will select some rap music?
There are 22 units, 13 are CDs. .b) Find P(CD), the probability that she will randomly select a CD.
There are 22 units, 5 are C&W tapes: .c) Find the probability that she will select a tape of country music.
There are 22 units, 15 are not R & R: .d) Find the probability that the music she randomly selects is not rock and roll.