LSP 121. final exam review. 1) The Pacific tectonic plate moves at a rate of 4”/year. What is this in miles per hour?. 4 in x yr x da x ft x mi yr 365 da 24 hr 12 in 5280 ft 4 miles 365 x 24 x 12 x 5280 hr
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final exam review
1) The Pacific tectonic plate moves at a rate of 4”/year. What is this in miles per hour?
Write powers of 2, right to left, then sum the numbers above the 1’s
128 + 32 + 16 + 4 = 180 (ans)
Put powers of 16 (right to left) above the cells.160 = 1, 161 = 16, 163 = 256, 164 = 4096
Multiply lower number times upper number. Remember A = 10, B = 11, C = 12, … F = 15 Add these four products.
5) Suppose event A has a 0.98 probability of occurring and event B has a 0.94 probability of occurring. Compute the ODDS for event A and the ODDS for event B
6) What is the probability of the next 5 births at a hospital all being girls?
7) If Peoria, IL is hit by a tornado about every 30 years, what is the probability that Peoria will be hit by a tornado this year?
9a) How many different license plates are possible if you have plates with 3 letters followed by 3 numerals?
Use 6 boxes and enter the possible number of values for each part of the license plate:
Multiply these numbers and you get:
17,576,000 possible plates
9b) How many different 10-note “tunes” can be created from the notes A, B, C, D, E, F and G?
Multiply or calculate 710 and you get
282,475,249 possible “tunes”
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Find the 4 missing values (the true positives and true negatives have been filled in).