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Dice. When two six-sided dice are rolled, there are 36 possible outcomes, as shown. Find the probability of the given event. The sum is not 6. The sum is less than or equal to 9. EXAMPLE 4. Find probabilities of complements. P ( sum is not 6). = 1 – P ( sum is 6). 5. = 1 –. 36.

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Example 4

Dice

When two six-sided dice are rolled, there are 36 possible outcomes, as shown. Find the probability of the given event.

The sum is not 6.

The sum is less than or equal to 9.

EXAMPLE 4

Find probabilities of complements


Example 4

P(sum is not 6)

= 1 – P(sum is 6)

5

= 1 –

36

31

0.861

=

36

P(sum< 9)

= 1 – P(sum > 9)

6

36

= 1–

30

=

36

5

0.833

=

6

EXAMPLE 4

Find probabilities of complements


Example 4

Fortune Cookies

A restaurant gives a free fortune cookie to every guest. The restaurant claims there are 500 different messages hidden inside the fortune cookies. What is the probability that a group of 5 people receive at least 2 fortune cookies with the same message inside?

The number of ways to give messages to the 5 people is 5005. The number of ways to give different messages to the 5 people is 500499498 497496. So, the probability that at least 2 of the 5 people have the same message is:

EXAMPLE 5

Use a complement in real life

SOLUTION


Example 4

P(at least2are the same)

= 1 – P(none are the same)

500499498 497496

= 1 –

5005

0.0199

EXAMPLE 5

Use a complement in real life


Example 4

Find P( A ).

P(A) = 0.45

0.55

ANSWER

=

for Examples 4 and 5

GUIDED PRACTICE


Example 4

Find P( A ).

1

3

P(A) =

4

4

ANSWER

=

for Examples 4 and 5

GUIDED PRACTICE


Example 4

Find P( A ).

P(A) = 1

0

ANSWER

for Examples 4 and 5

GUIDED PRACTICE


Example 4

Find P( A ).

P(A) = 0.03

0.97

ANSWER

for Examples 4 and 5

GUIDED PRACTICE


Example 4

ANSWER

The probability increases to about 0.097.

What If? In Example 5, how does the answer change if there are only 100 different messages hidden inside the fortune cookies?

for Examples 4 and 5

GUIDED PRACTICE


Example 4

ANSWER

The probability increases to about 0.097.

for Examples 4 and 5

GUIDED PRACTICE


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