### Playing card probability

Assignment Help Basic Statistics
##### Reference no: EM13104040

A bridge hand consists of 13 cards dealt at random from an ordinary deck of 52 playing cards.

a) How many possible bridge hands are there?

b) Find the probability of being dealt a bridge hand that contains exactly two of four aces.

c) Find the probability of being dealt an 8-4-1 distribution, that is, eight cards of one suit, four of another, and one of another.

d) Determine the probability of being dealt a 5-5-2-1 distribution.

e) Determine the probability of being dealt a hand void in a specific suit.

### Previous Q& A

#### Targeting a score of on an exam

A professor is targeting a score of 80 on an exam. His forty-nine students averaged 78 on an exam with s = 7. Are the scores significantly less than 80 at a significance level of 0.05? Show your work and state the conclusion.

#### Rank from largest to smallest

System A consists of a mass attached to a spring with a force constant ; system B has a mass 2 attached to a spring with a force constant ; system C has a mass 3 attached to a spring with a force constant 6; and system D has a mass attached to a s..

#### Binomial probability distribution-sample question

The Complaints Department of a popular used car dealer receives most complaints about the electrical system, particularly the starter.

#### What will be the electric flux through that surface

Four charges are placed in a three-dimensional space. The charges have magnitudes 2 nC, -4 nC, 1 nC, and -9 nC. If a Gaussian surface encloses all the charges, what will be the electric flux through that surface?

Find the probability of drawing either a king or a spade in a single draw from a pack of 52 playing cards.

#### Appropriate null-alternative hypotheses

Suppose the FBI set of goal of 10% for breakins, and they want to see if the current data show they are below that mark. What are the appropriate null and alternative hypotheses?

#### Draw a position graph that could represent this motion

a dog is walking slowly toward a motion detector. Draw a position graph that could represent this motion. Show your work.

#### Case study - materials manager at b&l

Brian XXXXXX, materials manager at B&L Inc. in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, was considering a proposal from his purchasing agent to outsource manufacturing for an outrigger bracket.

#### What potential difference between the plates

A small sphere with mass 2.60g hangs by a thread between two large parallel vertical plates 5.00cm apart. The plates are insulating and have uniform surface charge densities and . The charge on the sphere is = 8.70×10?6C . What potential differenc..

#### Analyze effect of legal-safety and regulatory requirements

Create the 700- to 1,050-word paper analyzing effect of legal, safety, and regulatory requirements on human resource process as they relate to following statement.

### Similar Q& A

#### Experiments modelled by poisson distribution

Which of the given experiments can be modelled by Poisson distribution?

#### Measures of central tendency will change-recording error

You had calculated the following measures of central tendency: the mean, the median, and the mean trimmed 25%. Which of these measures of central tendency will change when you correct the recording error?

#### Populations suffer from professional due to greate shyness

A psychologist claims that more than 6.3% of the populations suffer from professional due to greate shyness. Categorize the Type II error in this context.

#### True mean nicotine content of all cigarettes

We will select a random sample of 8 cigarettes and conduct a hypothesis test at the 10 % level of significance to determine whether the true mean nicotine content of all cigarettes differs from 8.4 mg.

#### Value of the test statistic-p-value and conclusions

Translate this into a statistical hypothesis-testing problem and carry out the test. Be sure to give the null and alternative hypotheses, the value of the test statistic, the p-value, and your conclusions.

#### Recognizing potential threats to external validity

Recognize and explain potential threats (up to 3) to external validity.

#### Regression and automated testing plan

Please prepare a Regression and Automated Testing Plan for a Course Project. A business letter to the Jonesville Library introducing the contents of the document

#### Confidence interval to estimate the average number of days

Using these data, construct a 99% confidence interval to estimate the average number of days and excavator is rented to a client, and assume the number of days per rental is normally distributed in the population.

#### Describing a specific application of statistics

Describe a specific application of statistics that either has a direct effect on you or your life.

#### Source of measurement error

Provide two examples for each source of measurement error and include how each example might likely influence research results.

#### What is the sample standard deviation

Use the Standing data set to develop a point estimate of the number of minutes during an NFL game that players are standing around between plays. Round your answer to two decimal places. What is the sample standard deviation? Round your answer to ..

#### Standard error calculation

The mean television viewing time for teens is 3 hours per day. Assume the population mean is 3 and the population standard deviation is known to be 1.2 hours.