# MTH 216 Week 4 MyMathLab® Study Plan for Week 4 Checkpoint

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# MTH 216 Week 4 MyMathLab® Study Plan for Week 4 Checkpoint

• 7.A Fundamentals of Probability

• Brief Review – The Multiplication Principle

• List possible outcomes and events in a sample spa

• Find theoretical and relative frequency probabilities, or probability distributions.

• Determine which method should be used to answer questions.

• Determine the probability of an event not occurring.

• Calculate odds.

• Solve application problems involving probabilities.

• Solve application problems involving counting.

• 7.B Combining Probabilities

• Decide if a statement involving combining probabilities makes sense.

• Find “and” probabilities.

• Find at least once probabilities.

• 7.C The Law of Large Numbers

• Decide if a statement involving the law of large numbers makes sense.

Understand the law of large numbers.

• Calculate expected value of games.

• 7.D Assessing Risk

• Decide if a statement involving risk makes sense.

• Solve problems about risk assessment.

• 7.E Counting and Probability

• Decide if a statement involving counting and probability makes sense.

• Solve applications involving counting and probability.

A restaurant offers 9 appetizers and 12 main courses.  In how many ways can a person order a? two-course meal?  Use the multiplication principle with two groups of items.

There are

108 ways a person can order a? two-course meal.

Pizza House offers 5 different? salads, 6 different kinds of? pizza, and 3 different desserts.

How many different three course meals can be? ordered?

How many different meals can be? ordered?

90

Find the odds for and the odds against the event rolling a fair die and getting a 3 comma a 6 comma or a 2.

1 to 1. ?(Simplify your? answers.)

1 to 1. ?(Simplify your? answers.)

The odds on? (against) your bet are 2 to 7. If you bet ?\$63 and? win, how much will you? gain?

?\$

18

?(Type an integer or a? decimal.)

Suppose you toss a fair coin? 10,000 times. Should you expect to get exactly 5000? heads? Why or why? not? What does the law of large numbers tell you about the results you are likely to? get?

Should you expect to get exactly 5000? heads? Why or why? not? Choose the correct answer below.

You should expect to get exactly 5000? heads, because the proportion of heads should be? 50% for such a large number of tosses.

You? shouldn't expect to get exactly 5000? heads, because you cannot predict precisely how many heads will occur.

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