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Assume the probabilities of a child being allergic to the following foods are as follows: .014 for nuts .043 for dairy .031 for gluten Calculate the probability that a child is not allergic to nuts [Introductory Statistics] (3)
An outcome or an event that cannot be further broken down into simpler components [Introductory Statistics] (1)
Critical components are duplicated so that if one fails, the other will work [Introductory Statistics] (1)
A _____ event is any event combining two or more simple events [Introductory Statistics] (1)
The _____ of event A occurring is the number in favor of event A to the number against event A [Introductory Statistics] (1)
The probability of an event that is certain to occur is _____ [Introductory Statistics] (1)
_____ of items are arrangements in which different sequences of the same items are counted separately [Introductory Statistics] (1)
The _____ against event A occurring are the ratio of net profit to the amount bet [Introductory Statistics] (1)
Events A and B are _____ if they cannot occur at the same time [Introductory Statistics] (1)
Use the _____ rule as a tool for finding the P(A and B) [Introductory Statistics] (1)
Weekly commissions of first-year mortgage brokers are $1,270, $1,310, $1,680, $1,380, $1,410, $1,570, $1,180 and $1,420. These figures are referred to as: [Introductory Statistics] (2)
The symbol n denotes the _____, which is the number of data values. [2 words] [Introductory Statistics] (1)
"There are 15 qualified applicants for 5 trainee positions in a fast-food management program. How many different groups of trainees can be selected?" Would you use the permutations rule or the combinations rule? Why? Be specific [Introductory Statistics] (1)
Round off final decimal results to _____ significant digits [Introductory Statistics] (1)
Use the _____ rule as a tool for finding the P(A or B) [Introductory Statistics] (1)
The _____ event A occurring is the number against event A to the number in favor of event A [Introductory Statistics] (1)
Is a process that behaves in the same ways as the procedure itself so that similar results are produced [Introductory Statistics] (2)
The probability of an _____ event is 0 [Introductory Statistics] (2)
If the occurrence of one does not affect the probability of the occurrence of the other [Introductory Statistics] (2)
The ______ symbol (!) denotes the product of decreasing positive whole numbers [Introductory Statistics] (2)
Any collection of results or outcomes of a procedure [Introductory Statistics] (2)
_____ of items are arrangements in which different sequences of the same items are counted as being the same [Introductory Statistics] (2)
Consists of all possible simple events [Introductory Statistics] (2)
The _____ of event A consists of all outcomes in which event A does not occur [Introductory Statistics] (2)
Do an internet search to find a job/career that uses probability. Write a summary of the job/career being sure to include how probability is used in that job/career. List the website in the journal entry [Introductory Statistics] (2)
Does sampling "with replacement" or sampling "without replacement" make a difference in the problem? Explain. Be specific [Introductory Statistics] (2)
A single card is drawn from a deck. Explain (in words) how you would find the probability that it is a king or a club. Be sure to include your probability answer [Introductory Statistics] (2)
A statistics method [Introductory Statistics] (1)
The symbol n denotes the _____, which is the number of data values [Introductory Statistics] (2)