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Mathematics, 21.01.2021 17:00 pickelswolf3036

# Please help and i’ll give brainliest

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 21:30, erikacastro259

Select all the correct locations on the table. consider the following expression. 76.493 select "equivalent" or "not equivalent" to indicate whether the expression above is equivalent or not equivalent to the values or expressions in the last column equivalent not equivalent 343 equivalent not equivalent 49 78.498 78.498 75.493 equivalent not equivalent 75.7 equivalent not equivalent

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 23:30, bbby2

Aprisoner is trapped in a cell containing three doors. the first door leads to a tunnel that returns him to his cell after two days of travel. the second leads to a tunnel that returns him to his cell after three days of travel. the third door leads immediately to freedom. (a) assuming that the prisoner will always select doors 1, 2 and 3 with probabili- ties 0.5,0.3,0.2 (respectively), what is the expected number of days until he reaches freedom? (b) assuming that the prisoner is always equally likely to choose among those doors that he has not used, what is the expected number of days until he reaches freedom? (in this version, if the prisoner initially tries door 1, for example, then when he returns to the cell, he will now select only from doors 2 and 3.) (c) for parts (a) and (b), find the variance of the number of days until the prisoner reaches freedom. hint for part (b): define ni to be the number of additional days the prisoner spends after initially choosing door i and returning to his cell.

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Mathematics, 22.06.2019 00:00, michneidredep7427

Abowl contained 270 starbursts of all different colors. if the probability of picking a yellow is 1/9, then how many yellow starbursts are in the bowl ? ?

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