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Graduates of fashion marketing group men 8 women 20 have chosen work in France, probability of men 2 in women 5. Find the probability that a person in this group has chosen work in France. (%). Provide one example in which probability might be used and which regression might be used.

Answer #1

Total people = 8 + 20 = 28

P(men 2 and women 5) = 8C2 * 20C5 / 28C7 = 28 * 15504 / 1184040 = 0.3666 = 36.66%

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