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2021-12-26

Suppose that vehicles taking a particular freeway exit can turn right (R), turn left (L), or go straight (S). Consider observing the direction for each of three successive vehicles.

(a.) List all outcomes in the event A that all three vehicles go in the same direction.

(b.) List all outcomes in the event B that all three vehicles take different directions.

(c.) List all outcomes in the event C that exactly two of the three vehicles turn right.

(d.) List all outcomes in the event D that exactly two vehicles go in the same direction.

(e.) List outcomes in D',$C\cup D,{\textstyle \phantom{\rule{1em}{0ex}}}\text{and}{\textstyle \phantom{\rule{1em}{0ex}}}\text{}C\cap D$ .

(a.) List all outcomes in the event A that all three vehicles go in the same direction.

(b.) List all outcomes in the event B that all three vehicles take different directions.

(c.) List all outcomes in the event C that exactly two of the three vehicles turn right.

(d.) List all outcomes in the event D that exactly two vehicles go in the same direction.

(e.) List outcomes in D',

Answer & Explanation

Toni Scott

Expert

2021-12-27Added 32 answers

Step 1

Each of three successive vehicles can go in three directions, denote

R - vehicle turns right on a particular freeway exit;

L - vehicle turns left on a particular freeway exit;

S - vehicle goes straight on a particular freeway exit.

For example, event [RLS] would mean that the first vehicle turned right, second vehicle turned left and third vehicle went straight.

a): All possible outcomes of all three vehicles go in the same direction are

Step 2

b): All possible outcomes of all three vehicles take different direction are

as we can see, the order of letters is important.

c): All possible outcomes of exactly two of the three vehicles turn right means that we need exactly two out of three letters to be "R"

Step 3

d): All possible outcomes of exactly two vehicles go in the same direction is

Here, every went should contain two of the same latter (any of the three) and the third letter should be different (any of the remaining two) from the one we took in the first step, this way we obtain that exactly two vehicles go in the same direction.

e): D' is the complement of event D. The complement (opposite) of D means that all vehicles go in the same direction or they go in different direction (to avoid that exactly two vehicles go in the same direction).

Therefore

For the same reason we have that

deginasiba

Expert

2021-12-28Added 31 answers

Answer:

a.

b.

c.

d.

e.

Step-by-step explanation:

a. All three vehicles go in the same direction

This means that all the three vehicles either go straight, or right or left at the same time.

So,

b. All three vehicles take different directions

Thus means that all the vehicle take different routes

If a vehicle takes the the straight direction, the other 2 vehicles take right and left directions respectively

So,

c. Exactly two of the three vehicles turn right

This means that two vehicles take right direction while the last vehicle either tske the straight route or left route.

d. Exactly two vehicles go in the same direction.

The means that if two vehicles pass straight direction then the third vehicle takes either the right or left direction.

Also, if two vehicles pass right direction, the third vehicle either takes the left direction or straight direction

Lastly, if two vehicles pass left direction then the third vehicle either pass the straight direction or right direction.

e.

So,

user_27qwe

Expert

2021-12-30Added 230 answers

Step 1

a) Given that right =R turn left =L or go straight =S

If three vehicles go in the same direction then the possible case are

Step 2

b) The possible outcomes for the event that all three vehicles take different directions are:

c) The possible outcomes for the event that exactly two of the three vahicles turn right are:

Answer:

a)

b)

c)

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