Question

A survey of 800 randomly selected high school students determined that 743 play organized sports.

(a) What is the probability that a randomly selected high school student plays organized sports?(Round to the nearest thousandth as needed.)

(b) Interpret this probability.

(b) Choose the correct answer below.

(Type a whole number.)

A.If 1,000 high school students were sampled, it would be expected that exactly______of them play organized sports.

B.If 1,000 high school students were sampled, it would be expected that about______of them play organized sports.

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