Yaa asked in Science & MathematicsWeather · 1 month ago

Logic reasoning?

Studies show​ that, historically, a certain city is hit by about every 4 years. 

Based on the historical​ record, what is the empirical probability that the city will be hit by a tornado next​ year? 

What is the probability that the city will be hit by a tornado in two consecutive​ years?

What is the probability that the city will be hit by at least one tornado in the next ​11 years? 

 The empirical probability that the city will be hit by a tornado next year is?

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  • 1 month ago

    To answer this, you would have to assume that the frequency of tornadoes is completely random. Only in a math class could you get away with this.

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