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Unformatted text preview: selections are independent. Since Bush won 47.8% of the vote, the probability that a randomly selected voter voted for Bush is 47.8%, or 0.478. Warning: Avoid using percents when doing calculations. P all three selected voters voted for Bush ( ) = P 1st-Bush ( ) P 2nd-Bush ( ) P 3rd-Bush ( ) = 0.478 ( ) 0.478 ( ) 0.478 ( ) , or 0.478 ( ) 3 0.109 or 10.9% ( )...
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