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that if a coin is flipped 100 times, it's likely that about 50 of the flips will show heads, and about 50 will show tails. With 100 flips, the coin-tosser will have a good chance of predicting a 50 percent chance (probability) of getting a heads or a tails on any one of the flips. But if the coin is flipped only a few

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Probability of a match: Under the one-step, symmetric stepwise model, the probability that two individuals with a last common ancestor t generations ago differ by i (i = 0, 1, 2, etc.) at a marker is 2Exp[-2ut] * Bessel(i, 2ut), where Bessel(k, x) is the i-th order modified type I Bessel function (see Walsh 2001 for details).

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who is guessing has a probability of 0.25 of guessing correctly on each card. If the subject does significantly better than guessing, it could be evidence of ESP. a) What are the mean and standard deviation of this binomial distribution? b) What is the probability the subject guesses between and including 6 to 13 correctly?

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P (A|E 1) = Probability of getting exactly one head by tossing the coin three times if she gets 5 or 6 P (A|E 2) = Probability of getting exactly one head in a single throw of coin if she gets 1, 2, 3, or 4 The probability that the girl threw 1, 2, 3, or 4 with the die, if she obtained exactly one head, is given by P (E 2 |A).

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Analysis: In the histogram, we see that typical results fall between about 0.1 and 0.4.More specifically, if a student randomly guessed on these 16 questions, it would not be surprising to see from 2 to 6 matches with Student A’s wrong answers. 1 22 2 27 3 35 4 36 5 40 6 56 7 70 8 31 9 13 10 20 2. Construct a probability distribution: number of cars , x households P(x) 0 100 1 325 2 450 3 94 4 31 Find the probability of randomly selecting a household that has at least two cars.