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- Suppose we flip a fair coin 4 times. What's the probability of 4 heads?
- A basketball player free throw percentage is .70. If he shoots 6 free throws, find the probability that he makes all 6. What are we assuming here that may
not be true?
- Suppose in the Jet airplane example, that one engine is broken before takeoff, but the plane takes off anyway. Determine the probability that the plane
- Suppose A and B cannot occur at the same time. Are they independent?
- In a call in poll, are the calls independent of one another?
- Suppose the subjects in a poll are selected by random phone calling. Are the calls independent of one another?
- A newspaper reporter goes out to the mall and asks people a question of local interest. Are these respondees independent of one another?