Section 6.4

... What is the probability that 2 or more of them have the same birthday? For simplicity we will ignore leap years and assume that each of the 365 days of the year are equally likely. Choosing a person at random is equivalent to choosing a birthday at random. ...

... What is the probability that 2 or more of them have the same birthday? For simplicity we will ignore leap years and assume that each of the 365 days of the year are equally likely. Choosing a person at random is equivalent to choosing a birthday at random. ...

QUIZ 4-Independent and Conditional

... 2) Decide if the events are mutually exclusive or overlapping and then find P(AUB) a) A = Rolling a 2 on a regular six-sided die B = Rolling an odd number on a regular six-sided die ...

... 2) Decide if the events are mutually exclusive or overlapping and then find P(AUB) a) A = Rolling a 2 on a regular six-sided die B = Rolling an odd number on a regular six-sided die ...

Probability - NCSU Statistics

... wrote the first known treatise on gambling. • The book “How to Win at Gambling” was lost. Rule 1: Let Caesar win IV out of V times ...

... wrote the first known treatise on gambling. • The book “How to Win at Gambling” was lost. Rule 1: Let Caesar win IV out of V times ...