A cafeteria offers a three-course meal. One chooses a main course, a starch, and a dessert. The...

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A cafeteria offers a three-course meal. One chooses a main course, a starch, and a dessert. The possible choices are given in this table. Meal Choices Main course Chicken or roast beef Starch course Rice or potatoes Dessert Melon or ice cream or gelatin Let the outcome of an experiment be the dinner selection of a person who makes one selection from each of the courses. (a) List all the outcomes in sample space S . (b) Suppose the person is allergic to rice and melon. List all the outcomes in the event corresponding to a choice that is acceptable to this person. (c) If the person randomly chooses a dessert, what is the probability it is ice cream? (d) If the person makes a random choice in each of the courses, what is the probability that chicken, rice, and melon are chosen? Oct 17 2014 12:29 PM

 

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