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## Two Way Table Data Conditional Probability example problem

When insurance companies establish policies for overing screening tests for diseases, one important factor is the value of the test predicting the disease. For example, for a certain type of disease, insurance companies may only cover the test costs if the test improves the prediction of having the disease by 80%. To help decide coverage policy for a new test, use the following data to help decide whether the test should be covered.

a) Find P(A) = P(Having the disease among everyone)

b) Find P(B) = P(Testing positive for everyone)

c) Find P(A and B) = P(Having the disease and testing positive)

d) Find P(A | B) = P(Having the disease given tested positive)

e) Should the test be covered? What is your conclusion? Justify your answer using the conditional probabilities above.

Solution to this Calculus Two Way Table Data Conditional Probability practice problem is given in the video below!

## Linear Quadratic Exponential Equation Comparison from Table of Ordered Pairs example question

Determine whether the given set of ordered pairs (x, y) below follows a Linear, Quadratic or Exponential Equation such as

Then, find the missing constants in that Equation.

(x, y)

(3, 81)

(4, 144)

(5, 225)

(6, 324)

(7, 441)

Solution to this Table of Values Linear Quadratic Exponential Equation practice problem is given in the video below!

## Linear Quadratic Exponential Equation Comparison from Table of Ordered Pairs example problem

Given the set of ordered pairs (x, y) below determine whether the Graph shows a Linear, Quadratic or Exponential Equation such as

Then, find the missing constants in that Equation.

(x, y)

(1, -3)

(2, -9)

(3, -27)

(5, -243)

Solution to this Table of Values Linear Quadratic Exponential Equation practice problem is given in the video below!

## Truth Tables Conjunction Disjunction Negation example question

Complete the missing information in the following truth tables:

Solution to this Truth Table practice problem is given in the video below!

## HARD Truth Table Conjunction Disjunction example

Find truth values and fill out a complete Truth Table for the following statement:

(pq) ∨ r

Solution to this Truth Table practice problem is given in the video below!

## Truth Tables Conditional Converse Inverse Contrapositive example word problem

Find the truth values for the Converse, Inverse and Contrapositive conditional statements.

Given conditional statement: “If you live in Dallas, then you live in Texas.

Solution to this Truth Table practice problem is given in the video below!