Finding the probability based on independent events.
1. Which are probable to be independent events? For those you think are not, suggest reasons why.
(a) Gender of two consecutive babies born in a hospital.
(b) Car accident rates and the driver's gender.
(c) Phone call arrival rates at a university admissions office and time of day.
2. Fifty-six percent of American adults eat at a table-service restaurant at least once a week. Presume that four American adults are asked if they ate at table-service restaurants last week. What is the probability that all of them say yes?