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    Red face Question 2

    Pedestrians Intoxicated?
    Yes No
    Driver Intoxicated? Yes
    No
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    20. Pedestrian Deaths
    a. If one of the pedestrian deaths is randomly selected, what is the probability that it involves an intoxicated pedestrian and an intoxicated driver?

    Intoxicated pedestrian = _____
    Intoxicated driver = ______

    Total cases in table = ______

    Total cases where the pedestrian and the driver were intoxicated = ___
    P = (insert calculations) ___________

    The probability that the case involves an intoxicated pedestrian and an intoxicated driver is (state as a probability) ________

    b. If two different pedestrian deaths are randomly selected, what is the probability that in both cases, both the pedestrian and the driver were intoxicated?

    P = (insert calculations) ___________

    If two different pedestrian deaths are randomly selected, the probability that in both cases, both the pedestrian and the driver were intoxicated is _______.

    c. If two pedestrian deaths are randomly selected with replacement, what is the probability that in both cases, both the pedestrian and driver were intoxicated?

    P = (insert calculations) = ___________

    If two pedestrian deaths are randomly selected with replacement, the probability that in both cases, both the pedestrian and driver were intoxicated is _______

    d. Compare the results from parts (b) and (c).

    Your comparison of your answers for Part B and C here.
    Last edited by mr fantastic; January 19th 2009 at 07:44 PM. Reason: Distributing questions from jam packed original thread
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