A grain company called Splitting My Grain analyses and tabulates the number of sales it fulfilled in 2020 in the table below:

\[

\begin{array}{l|l|l|l|}

\hline {\text { Product }} & {\text { Order type }} \\

& \text { Bulk delivery } & \text { Bagged delivery } & \text { Silo collection } \\

\hline \text { Soya beans } & 85 & 12 & 15 \\

\hline \text { Maize } & 41 & 52 & 25 \\

\hline \text { Lucerne } & 21 & 10 & 0 \\

\hline

\end{array}

\]

**Question 1**

What is the probability that the first order placed in 2021 is for lucerne? Round off your answer to 2 decimal places.

**Question 2**

What type of probability describes the answer to the previous question?

**Question 3**

What is the probability that the first order placed in 2021 is for a silo collection of maize? Round off your answer to 2 decimal places.

**Question 4**

What is the probability that the first order placed in 2021 is for a bulk delivery if Splitting My Grain already knows it will be for soya beans? Round off your answer to 2 decimal places.

**Question 5**

What type of probability describes the answer to the previous question?

**Question 6**

What is the probability of the first order in 2021 being either for bagged delivery or for a silo collection? Round off your answer to 2 decimal places.

**Question 7**

Give the full name of the rule that you used to calculate the answer to the previous question.

**Question 8**

Calculate the probability of there being exactly 1 lucerne order in the first 5 orders of \(2021 .\)

**Question 9**

Calculate the probability of there being more than 7 bulk orders in the first 10 orders of 2021 .

**Question 10**

Splitting My Grain did not hold lucerne in silos during 2020 , but will allow customers to collect lucerne from its Mkhondo silo from 1 January 2021 . Comment on the effect this has on the probabilities you calculated in this question.