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# A dice game Your teacher has invented another fair dice

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Problem 7.79

A dice game Your teacher has invented another fair dice game to play. Heres how it works. Your teacher will roll one fair eight-sided die, and you will roll a fair sixsided die. Each player rolls once, and the winner is the person with a higher number. In case of a tie, neither player wins. (a) Diagram the sample space illustrating the possible outcomes on a single turn. (b) Let A be the event your teacher wins the fi rst turn of the game. Find P(A). (c) Let B be the event you get a 3 on your fi rst roll. Find P(A < B). (d) Are events A and B independent? Justify your answer.

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BIOL Notes Test 1  Homeostasis o “to stand still” o Physiology  How our body parts work o Our bodies operate constantly to maintain set levels o We perceive change outside and within ourselves and are able to respond accordingly to adjust to those changes o When the stimulus is no longer present, we are able to go back to “normal” o EX  If we perceive danger, we are able to increase our heart rate and move our muscles  When we are no longer in danger, we are able to lower our heart rate and stop moving our muscles o EX  Fever is a movement away from “normal”  We respond to it

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