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The table above shows the results of a sociological study identifying the number of males and females with and without college degrees who were unemployed or employed at the time of the study. If one person from the study is chosen at random, what is the probability that the person is an employed person with a college degree?
Based on the table above, if one person from the study is chosen at random, what is the probability that the person is an employed female with a college degree?
The incomplete table above summarizes the number of left-handed students and right-handed students by gender for the eighth-grade students at Kessel Middle School. There are 5 times as many right-handed female students as there are left-handed female students, and there are 9 times as many right-handed male students as there are left-handed male students. If there is a total of 18 left-handed students and 122 right-handed students in the school, which of the following is closes to the probability that a right-handed student selected at random is female?
Kathryn has a bag of marbles, 4 white, 8 blue, and 6 red. She pulls out one marble from the bag and it is red. What is the probability that the second marble she pulls out of the bag is white?
A college cafeteria received a petition from the students to offer healthier meat, vegetarian, and vegan dishes. In response to the petition, the cafeteria conducted an analysis of its existing menu to determine the current state of those options. The results are summarized in the tabled above.
If a student chooses a dish at random for lunch one day, what is the probability that it will be a meat dish with a health score of at least four?
There is a contest held at a high school where the winner will receive a prize of $100. 300 seniors, 200 juniors, 200 sophomores, and 100 freshmen enter the contest. Each senior places their name in the hat 5 times, juniors 3 times, and sophomores and freshmen each only once. What is the probability that a junior’s name will be chosen?