Homework 8 - ~(VIC) ~ (i}) (c) What is the probability that...

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~/ October 5, 2010 - Math 351 - Homework 8 Due in class on Thursday. 1. (This comes partially from problem 18 in the text.) A total of 46% of the people eligible to vote in a certain city classify themselves as Independents, 30% as Liberals and 24% as Conservatives. In a recent local election, 35% of the Independents, 62% of the Liberals, and 58% of the Conservatives participated in the election by voting. (a) Write down all of the information that is described above on a tree diagram. Be sure to write the appropriate probabilities on each of the edges. Then use your tree diagram to answer each of the following questions. Credit only if you clearly show what you are calculating. Z .)r tr yC (b) If we randomly select a person from the group of Conservatives, what is the probability that this person did not participate in this local election?
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This note was uploaded on 03/05/2011 for the course MATH 351 taught by Professor Moumen,f during the Spring '08 term at George Mason.

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