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Anonymous asked in Science & MathematicsMathematics · 3 months ago

Maths Probability question.?

Madison has a choice of two entrees (soup or salad), three main courses (fish, chicken or steak) and three desserts (ice-cream, lemon tart or cheese).

Suppose Madison has the choice to omit the entree and/or the dessert course altogether. Find the probability that:she chooses soup, fish and lemon tartshe chooses all three coursesshe chooses only two coursesshe has only the main course.

could you show how you got these answers?

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  • 3 months ago

    The grammar in your writing leaves a lot of room for improvement.

    However, if we have two choices for entrees, three for mains and three for dessert, then the total combinations of choices is:

    2 x 3 x 3 = 18...if she has one of each course.

    The combination of soup --> fish --> lemon tart is one of these hence, probability 1/18

    If she omits the entree, only having a main and dessert, then we have 3 x 3 = 9 combinations

    i.e. 1/9 of choosing fish --> lemon tart

    If she omits the dessert, having only the entree and main, then we have 2 x 3 = 6 combinations

    i.e. 1/6 of choosing soup --> fish

    Only choosing a main involves three choices, so 1/3 of choosing fish

    :)>

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  • Anonymous
    3 months ago

    So where is the question then?

    That isn't a question. Do you not know what constitutes a question? You need to learn that before anything else.

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