3)Assuming that Dodgers recent win percentage is 0.569. Use the attached image to determine the most likely outcome in a thee-game series and calculate its probability. Report your answer to four decimal places and appropriate rounding.
4)As with other independent probabilities, the probabilities of multiple outcomes can also be added. Use the winning percentage of the Dodgers as 0.569 to calculate that they will win at least two out of three games or “P(x≥2)”. Provide your answer to four decimal places and appropriate rounding.
5) Suppose we run a similar experiment as the Milgram experiment in our lecture and we determine that 46% of students in BIOL3000 would not administer a shock. Assume that this percentage of refusing to shock represents CSULA as a population. What is the expected number of students who must be sampled from CSULA before we found someone who would not administer a shock? Provide your answer to two decimal places and appropriate rounding.
7)The family Mutillidae consists of over 3,000 species of wasps in which females are completely wingless and produce one of the most painful insect stings. Although not fatal to humans, the pain from the sting can last more than thirty minutes leaving its victims incapacitated during that time. These wasps are found in Los Angles County within the San Gabriel mountain region. Assume that on average there are approximately 4 individuals/km2 calculate the probability that you observe 9 individuals on a hike with your friends and family? Provide your answer to four decimal places and appropriate rounding.
9)Suppose that diastolic blood pressure in hypersensitive women centers at 100mmHg and has a standard deviation of 16mmHg and it is normally distributed. What is the probability of randomly selecting a woman with a diastolic blood pressure less than 92mmHg? Provide your answer to four decimal places.
10)If the cranial capacities of an ancient population of humans from Indonesia are normally distributed with a mean of 1400cc and a standard deviation of 125cc. What is the cranial size of one of these ancient humans whose size is in the 67th percentile? You do not need to report units in your answer