I missed my data management class on friday and now If find out I have a quiz tomorrow on the stuff I missed. I got fridays sheet but these questions seem really dumb and kind of confusing. Some of them seem so simple they are confusing.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

here are some of the ones that confused me that maybe you guys can help out with

1) two dice are rolled . What is the probablility that the sum is 8 and the sum is even?

This seems kind of redundant to me. I mean if the sum is 8 then the sum is obviously even, so why bother saying that the sum is even? very confusing

2) You play a game of rilling two dice. You win if you roll a five before a seven. you continue to roll until you win or lose. what is probability that you win.

ok so the probablility that you roll a five is 4/36 and of rolling a seven is 6/36 but rolling a 5 before a 7. what do I do with that.

3) Chocolate bars are advertised to weigh 120g. It is found that there is a 65% probablility that the bar weighs 120g and a 20% probablility that it weighs less than 120g. what is the probablility that a bar, not weighing 120g is greater than 120g

It seems obvious that the answer is 15 chance. I have a feeling that this is trying to trick me in some way. (I just wish I knew which way it was)

4) a car manufacturing plant has 3 shifts working on the assembly line. THe morning shift produces 38% of the total production, the afternoon 34% and the evening 28%. Of their output 3%,2% and 1%, respectively, do not pass quality control. If a vehicle is selected randomly and found defective what is the probablilty that is was made by the a)morning b) afternoon c)evening shift.

This one I really have no idea on. obviously I only need help with one section a,b or c. I could figure the rest out for myself from that.

Well thanks for the help guys. I really need to ace this test tomorrow or my mark is gonna bomb.

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# Homework Help: Conditional probablility. HELP! HURRY!

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