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cc In Florida state, 51% of all teenagers own a skateboard, and 38% of all teenagers have a skateboard and rollerskates. Find the probability that a teenager has rollerskates given that he / she has a skate board. cc

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cc A math teacher gave her class two tests. 76% of the class passed the first test. 58% of the class passed both tests. Find the probability that a student who passed the second test, given that he passed the first test. cc

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cc The table shows the population information of the percentage of male and female population in the U.S., in the year 2000, according to a census.
 Under 18  Over 18  Male  26.8  73.2  Female  24.6  75.4 
Using the table find:P (Male  Under 18). cc

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cc The table shows the population information of the percentage of male and female population in the U.S., in the year 2000, according to a census.
 Under 18
 Over 18
 Male  26.8  73.2  Female  24.6  75.4 
Using the table find: P (Female  over 18) cc

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cc The frequency table shows the school enrolment (in thousands) in the year 2000. Let C represents california.  Pre primary  Elementary or high school  College or graduate school  California  1101  6472  2557  New Jersey  303  1444  470 
Use the table to find P(C). cc

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cc The frequency table shows the school enrolment (in thousands) in the year 2000. Let E represents elementary school.  Pre Primary  Elementary or high school  College or graduate school  California  1101  6472  2557  New Jersey  303  1444  470 
Use the table to find P(E). cc

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cc The frequency table shows the school enrolment (in thousands) in the year 2000. Let C represents california and G represents graduate school.  Pre Primary  Elementary or high school  College or graduate school  California  1101  6472  2557  New Jersey  303  1444  470 
Use the table to find P(C and G). cc

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cc The frequency table shows the school enrolment (in thousands) in the year 2000. Let N represents New Jersey and R represents Pre primary school.  Pre Primary  Elementary or high school  College or graduate school  California  1101  6472  2557  New Jersey  303  1444  470 
Use the table to find P(R  N). cc

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cc The frequency table shows the school enrolment (in thousands) in the year 2000. Let C represents California and G represents graduate school.  Pre Primary  Elementary or high school  College or graduate school  California  1101  6472  2557  New Jersey  303  1444  470 
Use the table to find the probability that a person is from California, given that he is in graduate school. cc

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cc The probabilities concerning the scoring of points in a game of tennis for a player, Venus, is shown in the tree diagram. Find the probability that Venus wins a point when she is serving. cc

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cc The probabilities concerning the scoring of points in a game of tennis for a player, Venus, is shown in the tree diagram. Given that Venus wins a point while serving, what is the probability that she made her second serve? cc

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cc The probabilities concerning the performance of students of grade 10 in a science test is shown in the tree diagram. Find the probability that a student passes with an A grade. cc

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cc The frequency table shows the results from a poll conducted about reading the newspaper in the morning.
 Adult  Child  Reads  35  17  Does not read  12  23 
Use the data to find P (Reads Newspaper  child) cc

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cc The table shows the information about 120 employees being considered for a promotion. Find P (Employee has an advanced degree) cc

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cc The table shows the information about 120 employees being considered for a promotion. Find P (Employee has training and advanced degree). cc

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cc The frequency table shows the results from a poll conducted about reading the newspaper in the morning.
 Adult  Child  Reads  35  17  Does not read  12  23 
Use the data to find P (Does not read Newspaper  Adult). cc

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cc The table shows the information about 120 employees being considered for a promotion. Find the probability that the employee had training, given that he does not have an advance degree. cc

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cc At a fast food restaurant, 75% of the customers order a burger, 68% of the customers order a burger and fries. What is the probability that a customer who order fries, given that the customer ordered a burger? cc

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cc Suppose a die is rolled. Let M = the number is prime and O = the number is odd. Find P (M  O). cc

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cc If A and B are independent events such that P (A) = 0.43 and P (B) = 0.56, then find P (A and B). cc

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cc If A and B are independent events such that P(A) = 0.43 and P(B) = 0.56, then find P(A  B). cc

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cc If A and B are dependent events with P (A) = 0.43 and P (A and B) = 0.24, then find P (B  A). cc

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cc An urn contains 4 marbles numbered 1, 2, 3, 4 and another contains 5 marbles numbered 1, 2, 5, 7, 9. If one of the two urns is chosen at random and a marble is drawn at random from the chosen urn, find the chance that the marble bears the number 2. cc

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cc A weather station in a certain area gathers data about the chance of precipitation. It predicts that if it rains on a given day. 60% of the time it will rain on the next day. If it does not rain, it will rain on the next day 25% of the time. The weather forecast on Monday predicts the chance of rain 80%. Find the chance of rain on Tuesday using this pattern. cc

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cc An urn contains 4 marbles numbered 1, 2, 3, 4 and another contains 5 marbles numbered 1, 2, 5, 7, 9. If one of the two urns is chosen at random and a marble is drawn at random from the chosen urn, find the chance that the marble bears a prime number. cc

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cc An urn contains 4 marbles numbered 1,2,3,4 and another contains 5 marbles numbered 1, 2, 5, 7, 9. If one of the two urns is chosen at random and a marble is drawn at random from the chosen urn, find the chance that the marble is drawn from urn1, given that the number it bears is 1. cc

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