Just started this stupid ass hybrid class and the teacher thought it would be funny not to teach us anything that is on the quiz. To anyone that can come up with the right answer and explain how they got it will receive 1 dollar per question via paypal.
A fisherman has a .01 probability of catching a fish on each cast he makes. What is the number the fisherman should expect to catch in the next 8 casts? (round to 2 decimals)
Each person walking into a Cell Phone store has a probability of .2 of signing up for a new line of service. What is the probability that the first customer to get a new line of service will be in the first 3 customers to come to the store? (round to 3 decimal places)
At a busy hotel, an average of 1.3 customers arrive each minute in the hour between 5PM and 6 PM on Monday nights. What is the standard deviation of the number of customers arriving in a minute? (round to 2 decimal places)
Each person walking into a Cell Phone store has a probability of .2 of signing up for a new line of service. What is the probability that the first customer to sign up for a new line of service at a particular location will be the 5th one to come in the store that day? (Round to 2 decimal places)
A student receives a box of chocolates from a friend. Reading the back, it seems that 4 of the 15 have coconut in them. The problem is that they all look identical. What is the expected number that should contain coconut from the 6 sampled? (round to 1 decimal place)
FUCK THIS SHIT