# MATH 1300-D WEEK 10

```MATH 1300-D WEEK 10
SECTIONS 13.1–2; PAGES 643–665
Abstract. A couple has four children. Are they more likely to have four children
of the same sex, three of the same sex and one of the other, or two of either sex?
Section 13.1
Reading. Make sure that you understand what is behind the words:
(1) Experiment
(2) Outcome
(3) Sample space
(4) Event
(5) Probability
(6) Odds
Self-assessment. To verify that you have understood the material, solve the following problems at the end of the section: 11, 15–16, and 23.
Now take Quiz-17; you need to score 75% on this quiz before you can start working
Homework-17, which is due on Thursday 29 October.
Section 13.2
Reading. Make sure that you understand what is behind the words:
(1) Complement of event
(2) Union of events
Self-assessment. To verify that you have understood the material, solve the following problems at the end of the section: 3–5, 13, and 21–22.
Now take Quiz-18; you need to score 75% on this quiz before you can start working
Homework-18, which is due on Monday 2 November.
Date: October 22, 2015.
c Lars Winther Christensen, Texas Tech University.
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