Login
Register
All Activity
Questions
Unanswered
Tags
Categories
FREE
Homework Help
Ask your homework question and get help from others
Help friends with their homework problems
Random Question:
If the consumer price index for this year is 200, how many dollars would be required today to be able to buy the same goods and services as $1 dollar could buy in the base year of 1982 to 1984?
1 answer
All categories
General
(85)
Math
(119)
Biology
(670)
Chemistry
(84)
English
(36)
Geography
(475)
History
(162)
Physics
(702)
Computer Science
(29)
Statistics
(45)
Probability
(28)
Economics
(592)
Engineering
(97)
Geology
(605)
Social Studies
(62)
Most popular tags
#english
advair-diskus
and
binomial
books
british
cialis-soft
com
decreased
english
escorts
expand
geology
history
in
increased
januvia
kamagra-soft
levitra-super-force
literature
london
lyon
massage
math
movers
packers
strategies
tadalis-sx
theorem
viagra-super-fluox_force
Ask YOUR question:
in a class of 19 students, 10 study spanish, 7 study french, and 2 study both french and spanish. Whats the probability of studying spanish but not french?
0
votes
asked
7 years
ago
in
Statistics
by
anonymous
Need the solution FAST? Than SHARE this question:
Tweet
0 Answers
Related questions
0
votes
2
answers
In a class of 19 students, 10 study Spanish, 7 study French, and 2 study both French and Spanish. One student is picked at random. Find each probability.
asked
8 years
ago
in
Statistics
by
anonymous
0
votes
0
answers
A math teacher gave her class two tests. 30% of the class passed both tests and 50% of the class passed the first test. What percent of those who passed the first test also passed the second test?
asked
8 years
ago
in
Statistics
by
anonymous
probability
0
votes
0
answers
Flat feet is a recessive trait. Butch and Blanche are about to have their first child. They both have "normal" feet but Blanche's father has flat feet and Butch has a child from a previous marriage who has flat feet. What is the probability that they will have a girl with normal feet?
asked
8 years
ago
in
Biology
by
anonymous
0
votes
1
answer
26. Barney and Betty are about to have their first child. They both have "normal" feet but Barney's father has flat feet and Betty has a child from a previous marriage who has flat feet. What is the probability that they will have a boy with flat feet?
asked
8 years
ago
in
Biology
by
anonymous
0
votes
0
answers
From what your know of a Discrete Uniform Probability Distribution, what is the cumulative probability of obtaining values greater than three on a six sided dice
asked
8 years
ago
in
Statistics
by
anonymous
probability
dice