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1. ### From Randomness to Probability. HELP PLEASE

The table below gives partial data for 84 dogs cross-classified according to personality trait and breed. The cell counts for the Doberman and Retriever are missing, but row and column totals are given. If one dog is randomly chosen from the 84, what is the chance that it is: i. Meek? 22/84 =...
2. ### HELP!

a) P(Monday and Tuesday) = (.15)(.15)= 0.0225 b) P(Thursday) = (.15) = .15 c) P(everyday) = (.15)(.15)(.15)(.15)(.15)= 0.000076 d) P(@ least once) = (.85)(.85)(.85)(.85)(.15)= 0.078 ok, so does this make sense of the days are independent?
3. ### HELP!

Do I apply the 15% to every day or the whole week (5 days)? This is my first statistics class ever.
4. ### HELP!

Hi, I’m sorry. I have never posted before and am new at this. Thanks for your feedback. I am assuming that the events are all independent and therefore the multiplication rule would work here?
5. ### HELP!

a) P(Monday and Tuesday) = (.15)(.15)= 0.0225 b) P(Thursday) = (.15) = .15 c) P(everyday) = (.15)(.15)(.15)(.15)(.15)= 0.000076 d) P(@ least once) = (.85)(.85)(.85)(.85)(.15)= 0.078 thank you for your help
6. ### HELP!

I need help with this homework question. Please explain how to do it. To get to work, a commenter must cross train tracks. The time the train arrives varies slightly from day to day, but the commuter estimates he’ll get stopped on about 15% of work days. During a certain 5-day work week, what...