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AP Computer Science A
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Chemistry (AP Edition)
9th Edition
Steven S. Zumdahl, Susan A. Zumdahl
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Java Software Solutions for AP Computer Science
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Cara Cocking, John Lewis, William Loftus
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DISCRETE MATH
Determine whether the statements in (a) and (b) are logically equivalent. a. Bob is a double math and computer science major and Ann is a math major, but Ann is not a double math and computer science major. b. It is not the case that both Bob and Ann are double math and computer science majors, but it is the case that Ann is a math major and Bob is a double math and computer science major.
PROBABILITY
Fifty-two percent of the students at a certain college are females. Five percent of the students in this college are majoring in computer science. Two percent of the students are women majoring in computer science. If a student is selected at random, find the conditional probability that (a) this student is female, given that the student is majoring in computer science; (b) this student is majoring in computer science, given that the student is female.
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AP Computer Science A
Archbishop Spalding High · Severn, MD
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AP Computer Science A
Archbishop Spalding High · Severn, MD
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