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Can you confirm that these answers are correct? Thank you.

6. True

7. False

8. False

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- Apr 19th 2009, 12:02 PMkrzyriceTrue/False Probability Problems
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Can you confirm that these answers are correct? Thank you.

6. True

7. False

8. False - Apr 19th 2009, 12:29 PMkrzyrice
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2/3 + 2/3 - 4/9 =

4/3 - 4/9 =

12/9 - 4/9 =

9/9 = 1 - Apr 19th 2009, 02:02 PMSoroban
Hello, krzyrice!

Here are the first two . . . I'm working on the third one.

Quote:

Let and be two events in a finite sample space.

*True or false?*

6. If , then and must be complementary. . True

We have: .

Hence: . . . . They are complementary.

Quote:

7. For all and . True

. . . .

- Apr 19th 2009, 04:12 PMSoroban
Sorry, Plato, I must disagree . . .

The problem gave: .

There was no mention of an "or", as in

You have: .

. . . . and: .

- Apr 19th 2009, 06:43 PMSoroban
Okay, Plato, you win!

I had to come up with a truly embarrassing example to convince me.

Event A: draw card from a deck and get a Heart.

.

Event B: flip two coins and get at least one Head.

. .

Hence, . . . but and are**not**complementary.

Well,*duh!*

- Apr 19th 2009, 09:29 PMkrzyrice
thanks for the help guys (Clapping).