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How often are my coworkers important in my overall job performance? 2-9. The concentration of ozone to the nearest part per billion. 2-10. The time until a service transaction is requested of a computer to the nearest millisecond. 2-11. The pH reading of a water sample to the nearest tenth of a unit. 2-12. The voids in a ferrite slab are classiied as small, medium, or large. The number of voids in each category is measured by an optical inspection of a sample. 2-13. The time of a chemical reaction is recorded to the nearest millisecond.

In addition, a control sample is analyzed twice each day to check the calibration of the laboratory instruments. (a) How many different sequences of process and control samples are possible each day? Assume that the ive process samples are considered identical and that the two control samples are considered identical. (b) How many different sequences of process and control samples are possible if we consider the ive process samples to be different and the two control samples to be identical? (c) For the same situation as part (b), how many sequences are possible if the irst test of each day must be a control sample?

2-16. An order for a computer system can specify memory of 4, 8, or 12 gigabytes and disk storage of 200, 300, or 400 gigabytes. Describe the set of possible orders. 2-17. Calls are repeatedly placed to a busy phone line until a connection is achieved. 2-18. Three attempts are made to read data in a magnetic storage device before an error recovery procedure that repositions the magnetic head is used. The error recovery procedure attempts three repositionings before an “abort’’ message is sent to the operator.

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