### Chapter Test

Each of the following exercises involve drawing a

*Scrabble*tile from a bag. These tiles are labeled with a letter and a point value, as follows: A(1), C(3), D(2), E(1), E(1), J(8), K(5), O(1), R(1), R(1).1
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How many ways are there to draw a vowel and then a consonant from the bag?

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How many ways are there to draw a tile worth an even number of points and then a tile worth an odd number of points from the bag?

3
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How many ways are there to draw 4 tiles from the bag without replacement, if order matters?

4
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How many ways are there to draw 4 consonants from the bag without replacement, if order matter?

5
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How many ways are there to draw 4 tiles from the bag with replacement, if order does not matter?

6
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How many ways are there to draw 4 consonants from the bag with replacement, if order does not matter?

7
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Give the sample space of the experiment that asks you to draw 2 tiles from the bag with replacement and note their point values, where order doesnâ€™t matter. Give the outcomes as ordered pairs.

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Give the sample space of the experiment that asks you to draw 2 tiles from the bag with replacement and note their point values, where order doesnâ€™t matter. Give the outcomes as ordered pairs.

9
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If you draw a single tile from the bag, what is the probability that itâ€™s an E?

10
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If you draw a single tile from the bag, what is the probability that itâ€™s

*not*an A?11
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If you draw 3 tiles from the bag without replacement, what is the probability that they spell RED, in order?

12
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If you draw 3 tiles from the bag without replacement, what is the probability that they spell RED, in

*any*order?13
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What are the odds against drawing a vowel?

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Use your answer to question 12 to find the odds against drawing three tiles without replacement and being able to spell RED.

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If you draw one tile, what is the probability of drawing a J or a K?

16
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If you draw one tile, what is the probability that itâ€™s a vowel or that itâ€™s worth more than 4 points?

17
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Suppose youâ€™re about to draw one tile from the bag. Find $P(\text{the letter is R})$ and $P(\text{the letter is R}|\text{the point value is 1})$.

18
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If you draw 2 tiles with replacement, what is the probability of drawing a consonant first and then a vowel?

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If you draw 2 tiles

*without*replacement, what is the probability of drawing a consonant first and then a vowel?20
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If you draw 10 tiles with replacement, what is the probability that you draw exactly 3 vowels? Round to 3 decimal places.

21
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If you draw 100 tiles with replacement, what is the probability that you draw fewer than 35 vowels? Round to 4 decimal places.

22
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Find and interpret the expected number of points on the tile, assuming you draw 1 tile from the bag.

23
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Find the expected sum of points on 2 tiles, selected without replacement.

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If your friend offers you a bet where they pay you $10 if you draw a vowel from the bag, but you owe them $5 if you draw a consonant, should you take it? How do you know?