How does the science of probability affect decisions?

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Answered: Decisions, Decisions, Decisions

You are just cautious and you want to weigh everything before you make a decision. There is nothing wrong with that except when it's an emergency.

Answered: Probability

No, if the average student has a probability of 55% of graduating, then you would expect 55 students to graduate. But the probability of having at least 50 students graduate is over 86%. That includes 46% chance of having over 55 students graduating, 8% for exactly 55, 7.8%, 7.4%, 6.6%, 5.8% and 4 ...

Answered: How to find the probability

I don't understand your question. What do you mean ny "\leq m"? I'm a student of statistics department. I think I can help you.
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"Or" probability questions

I believe it's 3/6 or 1/2 because you have 6 possibilities and 3 numbers that are correct.

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If the average student has 55% chance of passing, then there will be 50 or more out of 100 about 86.5% of the time. Now that you have the answer, see if you can find how it should be calculated. I'll give you a hint: the most likely number passing is 55, and 54 and 56 are about equally probable.

How does science affect quads

I don't understand this question either. And secondly science effects everything. How does science effect turnips? You could talk about gravity, atmosphere, moisture, chemicals in the earth etc etc. So tell us what quads means and then tell us what it is about science that you need to know.