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Suppose there is a 26.5% probability that a randomly selected
person aged 35 years or older is a smoker. In addition, there is a
21.2% probability that a randomly selected person aged 35 years or
older is female, given that he or she smokes. What is the
probability that a randomly selected person aged 35 years or older
is female and smokes? (Round to three decimal places as
needed.).

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Suppose there is a 18.3 % probability that a randomly selected
person aged 20 years or older is a jogger. In addition, there is a
22.3% probability that a randomly selected person aged 20 years or
older is male, given that he or she jogs.
What is the probability that a randomly selected person aged 20
years or older is male and jogs?
Would it be unusual to randomly select a person aged 20 years or
older who is male?

In a region, there is a 0.9 probability chance that a randomly
selected person of the population has brown eyes. Assume 15 people
are randomly selected. Complete parts (a) through (d) below. a.
Find the probability that all of the selected people have brown
eyes.
The probability that all of the 15 selected people have brown
eyes is 0.205. (Round to three decimal places as needed.)
b. Find the probability that exactly 14 of the selected people
have brown eyes....

According to a government statistics? department, 20.6?% of
women in a country aged 25 years or older have a? Bachelor's
Degree; 16.6?% of women in the country aged 25 years or older have
never? married; among women in the country aged 25 years or older
who have never? married, 22.2?% have a? Bachelor's Degree; and
among women in the country aged 25 years or older who have a?
Bachelor's Degree, 17.9?% have never married. Complete parts? (a)
and? (b) below....

In a? region, there is a 0.8 probability chance that a randomly
selected person of the population has brown eyes. Assume 12 people
are randomly selected. Complete parts? (a) through? (d) below.
a. Find the probability that all of the
selected people have brown eyes.
The probability that all of the 12 selected people have brown
eyes is.
?(Round to three decimal places as? needed.)
b. Find the probability that exactly 11 of the
selected people have brown eyes.
The...

The probability that a randomly selected 5-year-old male stink
bug will live to be 6 years old is 0.98016.
(a) What is the probability that two randomly selected
5-year-old male stink bugs will live to be 6 years old?
(Round to five decimal places as needed.)
(b) What is the probability that eight randomly selected
5-year-old males stink bugs will live to be 6 years old?
(Round to five decimal places as needed.)
(c) What is the probability that at...

Suppose the probability that a randomly selected person has a
certain type of gene is 0.10. A randomly selected group of people
are tested for this gene. What is the probability that the third
person carrying this gene will be found at the eighth
selection?

Exclude leap years from the following calculations.
(a) Compute the probability that a randomly selected person
does not have a birthday on October 3 is ___?
(b) Compute the probability that a randomly selected person does
not have a birthday on the 4th day of a month.
(c) Compute the probability that a randomly selected person does
not have a birthday on the 31st day of a month.
(d) Compute the probability that a randomly selected person was
not born...

Exclude leap years from the following calculations.
(a) Compute the probability that a randomly selected person
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(b) Compute the probability that a randomly selected person
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(c) Compute the probability that a randomly selected person does
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(d) Compute the probability that a randomly selected person was...

The American Heart Association reported that, for people 18
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million men (23.1%) and 21.1 million women (18.3%) are cigarette
smokers. Find the probability that a randomly selected person 18
years of age or older in the United States is a cigarette smoker.
Write the answer as a decimal, rounded to the nearest thousandth.
Assume one half of the population is male.

A survey of 2282 adults in a certain large country aged 18 and
older conducted by a reputable polling organization found that 416
have donated blood in the past two years.
Obtain a point estimate for the population proportion of adults
in the country aged 18 and older who have donated blood in the past
two years. (Round to three decimal places as needed.)
Construct and interpret a 90% confidence interval for the
population proportion of adults in the country...

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