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# 1. (a) List the elements of the set A = {x│–4 ≤ x ≤ 2, x is an integer}. (1) A number is chosen at random from set A.

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## (d) an odd integer less than –1.

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## (b) Calculate the probability of rain tomorrow.

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## (d) Given that they do not have pasta, find the probability that Lisa cooked dinner.

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## (c) Complete the following Venn diagram with all the elements of U.

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## (c) Find the probability that the chosen traveller is female.

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## (e) Find n[(S  P)  A′].

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## (d) A family is chosen at random. Find the probability that they own a cat, given that they own a bird.

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## choices for breakfast.

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## (ii) Find the number of pupils who like the Rockers.

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## (c) Calculate the number of members of the fitness club who attend neither the aerobics course (A) nor the yoga course (Y).

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## (b) Find the probability that Maria is late for school.

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## (c) Find the probability that the number shown on the four-sided die is greater than the number shown on the six-sided die, given that the difference between the two numbers is 1.

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## (c) studies Physics, given that the student is male.

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## (c) Find the probability that a randomly chosen student from the group likes peanut butter, given that they like jam.

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## A  A  B

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## (ii) he chooses a biscuit from the red tin given that it is a chocolate biscuit.

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## (c) Find the probability that this person is a smoker or is male.

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