Math for Social Sciences I (C)
Math for Social Sciences I (C) MATH 1320
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Date Created: 10/29/15
MATH 1320 NAME Section 62 Cardinality 1 Draw a Venn diagram that illustrates the relationships among the given sets S eBay Google7 Amazon7 OhaganBooks7 Hotmail7 AskJeeves7 where A Google OhaganBooks7 Hotmail7 B AskJeeves Hotmail7 Google7 and C Google Amazon 2 De ne these terms a AUB b A B c A 3 Let the sample space for an experiment be S 12Z gt456787 9 De ne events V lt 5 and X is a natural number and W 77 8 a Find V U W b Find V m W 0 Find V 4 Section 62 34 Your favorite restaurant offers a total of 14 desserts of which 8 have ce cream as a main ingredient and 9 have fruit as a main ingredient Assuming that all of them have either ice cream or fruit or both as a main ingredient how many have both In a survey of the dining preferences of 110 dormitory students at the end of the fall semester the following facts were discovered about Adam7s Lunch AL Pizza Tower PT and the Student Union 30 liked AL but not PT 27 liked the Union 21 liked AL only 25 liked PT and AL but not the Union 63 liked AL 18 liked PT and the Union 58 liked PT a Draw a Venn diagram that represents this information b How many students liked PT or the Union c How many liked all three places
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