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Show transcribed image text To find the probability using 3 events out of 4 events, and the events are independent of each other, what probability theorem would you use? (15 points) 1. a. 1 or 2 b. 3 C. d. 6 2. Select the correct probability theorem to use if event A and B are mutually exclusive events, and you need to find the probability that either A or B will happen. (15 points) a. P(A or B) P(A)+ P(B) b. P(not A) 1- P(A) c, P(A) + P(B) = 1-P(A * B) d. P(A and B) P(A) X P(B/A) Calculate the Probability Event A will happen: 3. There are 4 possible events, A, B, C, and D Probability of D is 0.110 Probability of C is 0.200 Probability of B is equal to the sum of D and C. (15 points) a. 0.220 b. 0.250 c. 0.378 d. 0.622 If 121 parts are contained in a box what is the probability of selecting a random part produced by supplier X or supplier Y (15 points) Supplier X has 10 total parts in box Supplier Y has 77 total parts in box Supplier Z has 34 total parts in box 4. a. 0.083 b. 0.636 c. 0.121 d. 0.719

To find the probability using 3 events out of 4 events, and the events are independent of each other, what probability theorem would you use? (15 points) 1. a. 1 or 2 b. 3 C. d. 6 2. Select the correct probability theorem to use if event A and B are mutually exclusive events, and you need to find the probability that either A or B will happen. (15 points) a. P(A or B) P(A)+ P(B) b. P(not A) 1- P(A) c, P(A) + P(B) = 1-P(A * B) d. P(A and B) P(A) X P(B/A) Calculate the Probability Event A will happen: 3. There are 4 possible events, A, B, C, and D Probability of D is 0.110 Probability of C is 0.200 Probability of B is equal to the sum of D and C. (15 points) a. 0.220 b. 0.250 c. 0.378 d. 0.622 If 121 parts are contained in a box what is the probability of selecting a random part produced by supplier X or supplier Y (15 points) Supplier X has 10 total parts in box Supplier Y has 77 total parts in box Supplier Z has 34 total parts in box 4. a. 0.083 b. 0.636 c. 0.121 d. 0.719