The colors of candies such as M&M’s are carefully chosen to match consumer preferences. The color of an M&M drawn at random from a bag has a probability distribution determined by the proportions of colors among all M&M’s of that type. (a) Here is the distribution for plain M&M’s: Color Brown Red Yellow Green Orange Blue Probability 0.3 0.2 0.2 0.1 0.1 ? What must be the probability of drawing a blue candy? (b) The probabilities for peanut M&M’s are a bit different. Here they are: Color Brown Red Yellow Green OrangeBlue Probability 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.1 0.1 ? What is the probability that a peanut M&M chosen at random is blue? (c) What is the probability that a plain M&M is any of red, yellow, or orange? What is the probability that a peanut M&M has one of these colors?

| November 19, 2015

Call students aged 40 and up “older students.” Compare the presence of older students in the four types of program with numbers, a graph, and a brief summary of your findings.

Age 2-year full-time 2-year part-time 4-year full-time 4-year part-time
Under 18 45 170 83 55
18 to 24 1478 1202 4759 562
25 to 39 421 1344 1234 1273
40 and up 121 748 236 611
Total 2065 3464 6312 2501

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