1. A basketball player shoots 60 free throws a day and historically makes 75 percent of them. What is the probability that he will make at most 80 percent tomorrow? A. 0.8944 B. 0.1056 C. 0.1867 D. 0.8133 2. On the average, 2.4 customers per minute arrive at any one of the checkout counters of a grocery store. A hypergeometric distribution can be used to find out the probability that there will be no customers arriving at a checkout counter. True or False 3. The conditional probability distribution of one random variable given specific values of another, is the collection of conditional properties? True or False 4. In a city of 170,000 people, there are 20,000 women. What is the probability that a randomly selected person from the city will be a woman? (Round to three decimal places as needed.) 5. The probabilities that may be computed by summing the corresponding row or column of a two-way table are called: A. bivariate probabilities. B. marginal probabilities. C. conditional probabilities. D. individual probabilities. 6. There are two letters X and Y. If repetitions such as XX are permitted, how many two-letter permutations are possible? A. 4 B. 6 C. 2 D. 8 7. Compute the probability of 7 successes in a random sample of size n equals=11 obtained from a population of size N equals=60 that contains 26 successes. The probability of 7 successes is? (Round to four decimal places as needed.)