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Are whites more likely to claim bias? A survey conducted by Barry Goldman Found that of 56 white workers terminated, 29 claimed bias. Of 407 black workers terminated, 126 claimed bias.

- Given that a worker is white, what then is the probability that the worker has claimed bias?
- Given that a worker has claimed bias, what then is the probability that the worker is white?
- Explain the difference in the results in (a) and (b).
- Are the two events, “being white” and “claiming bias,” statistically independent? Explain

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4.13 Are whites more likely to
claim bias? A survey conducted by Barry Goldman found that of 56
white workers terminated, 29 claimed bias. Of 407 black workers
terminated, 126 claimed bias. Construct a contingency table or a
Venn diagram to evaluate the probabilities. If a worker is selected
at random, what is the probability that he or she
a. Claimed bias?
b. is black and did not claim
bias?
c. is black or claimed
bias?
d. Explain the difference...

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