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8. Paul has four loonies, three toonies and five quarters in his pocket. He needs two quarters for a parking meter, He reaches into his pocket and pulls out two coins al random. Determine the probability that both coins are quarters. 15,15% B. 19.64% C. 26.47% D. 32.13% 1.4 115 1.02 20% 4. Anthony has three loonies, lour toonies, and seven quarters in his pocket. He needs two koonies for a parking meter. Ile reaches into his pocket. and pulls out Lwo coins at random. Deternnine the probability that both coins are toonies. A. 2.1% B. 66.6% C. 9.2% D. 12.7% 10. Two cards are drawn, without being replaced, from a standard deck of 52 playing cards. Determine the probability of drawing a five then drawing a two. 5262.9326 A. 0.603% B. 1.227% 1.613% 516,051 D. 2.009% 5040 Written Respunse (Show all steps to get full marks!) 11. Access to a particular online game is password protected. Tivery player mest create " password that consists of three capital letters followed by two digits. Repetitions are allowed in a password Determine, to the nearest thousandth of a percent, the probability that a password chosen at random will contain the letters A. D. and T. 12. Abigail needs to create a lour-kligit. password to access her voice mail. She can repeat some of the digits, but all lour digits cannot he the same. Determine, to the nearest percent, the prohability that her password will be greater than 6300. 13. A computer manufacturer knows that. in a box of 175 computer chips, 5 will be defective. Max will draw 2 chips at random, from a box of 175. Determine, to the nearest thousandth, the probability that Max will draw 2 non-defective chips. 14. Two cards are drawn without being replaced, from a standard deek of 52 playing cards. Determine, to the nearest hundredth of a percent, the probability of drawing an odd-numbered card (ace. 3, 5, 7, or 9) then a face card. 15. Two single-digit random numbers (0 to 9) are selected independently Determine the probability that their sum is 7. Page 6 6. Consider the following two sets: 4 - {1, 2, 3. 4,5, 6,7,8, 9, 10, 11. 12) B= (-9.-6, 3,0,3, 6, 9, 12) Determine AO n. A. 1-9, -6,-3, 1, 2,3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10. 11. 12} B. 10. 2, -3, 4, 5, -6, ?, 8.-9. 10, 11, 12) C. (1. 2. 4, 5. 7. 8, 10, 111 D. 9, 6, -3, 0, 1. 2.3, 4.5, 6. 7, 8,9, 10, 11, 12) 7. A restautant offers Chinese, Thai, and Koream food. The following Venn diagram shows the types of lood the customers like. Use the diagram to determine n(K' T). A. 10 B. 19 C. 50 D. 23 8. A restaulant offers Chinese, Thai, and Korean food. The following x Venn diagram shows the types of food the customers like. 10. Use the diagram to detennine n(K) nt To K). A. 10 B. 50 C. 27 D.33 9. Some table games use a board, dice, or cards, or a combination these. The following Venn diagram shows the number of games a that use these tools. 19 Use the diagram to determine A. 100 B. 104 D. 88 25 C. 97 10. Some table games use a board, dice, or cards. or a combination U these. The following Venn diagram shows the number of games IB D that use these tools. 19 Use the diagram to determine n(D C By, A. 29 B. 25 25 C. 69 D. 75 1 Written Response (Shane all steps to get full marks!) *** 11. If you draw a card al. random from a standard deck of cards, you will draw a card that is either real (R) or black (B). The card will also either be a number card (N) or a face card (I). Determine n(R UF). 12. Games that use a bourd include chess. Clue, checkers, Go. Serabhle, and Monopoly Games that use cards include Tlearts. Monopoly, Snap, and Cluc. Draw a diagram to represent these two sets of games. 13. Flightless birds include the ostrich, emu. penguin. and kiwi. Arctic birds include the snow goose, Arctic tern, esprey. penguin, and red-tailed Hawk, the union and intersection of these two sets.

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