(c) Choose a college student at random and record sex and enrollment status:P1female full-time2H110050.56P1male full-time2H110050.44P1female part-time2H110050.24P1male part-time2H110050.17is studying French, German, or Spanish?10.36 Car colors.Choose a new car or light truck at ran-dom and note its color. Here are the probabilities of the most popular colors for vehicles sold globally in 2010:10Color Silver Black White Gray Red Blue Beige, brownProbability 0.26 0.24 0.16 0.16 0.06 0.05 10.33 Education among young adults.Choose a young adult (aged 25 to 29) at random. The probability is 0.13 that the person chosen did not complete high school, 0.31 that the person has a high school diploma but no further education, and 0.29 that the person has at least a bachelor’s degree.(a) What must be the probability that a randomly chosen young adult has some education beyond high school but does not have a bachelor’s degree?(b) What is the probability that a randomly chosen young adult has at least a high school education?10.34 Land in Canada.Canada’s national statistics agency, Statistics Canada, says that the land area of Canada is 9,094,000 square kilometers. Of this land, 4,176,000 square kilometers are forested. Choose a square kilometer of land in Canada at random.(a) What is the probability that the area you choose is forested?(b) What is the probability that it is not forested?10.35 Foreign-language study.Choose a student in a U.S. public high school at random and ask if he or she is studying a language other than English. Here is the distribu-tion of results:Language Spanish French German All others Probability 0.30 0.08 0.02 0.03 (a) Explain why this is a legitimate probability model.(b) What is the probability that a randomly chosen student is studying a language other than English?None0.57(c) What is the probability that a randomly chosen student is studying French, German, or Spanish?10.36 Car colors.Choose a new car or light truck at ran-dom and note its color. Here are the probabilities of the most popular colors for vehicles sold globally in 2010:10Color Silver Black White Gray Red Blue Beige, brownProbability 0.26 0.24 0.16 0.16 0.06 0.05 0.03Darrell Walker/HWMS/Icon SMI/Newscom

(a) Verify that this is a legitimate assignment of probabilities.(b) What is the probability that a randomly chosen American is Hispanic?(c) Non-Hispanic whites are the historical majority in the United States. What is the probability that a randomly chosen American is not a member of this group?Choose at random a person aged 15 to 44 years. Ask their age and who they live with (alone, with spouse, with other persons). Here is the probability model for 12 possible answers:12(a) What is the probability that the vehicle you choose has any color other than those listed?(b) What is the probability that a randomly chosen vehicle is neither silver nor white?10.37 Drawing cards.You are about to draw a card at ran-dom (that is, all choices have the same probability) from a set of 7 cards. Although you can’t see the cards, here they are:(a) What is the probability that you draw a 9?(b) What is the probability that you draw a red 9?(c) What is the probability that you do not draw a 7?10.38 Loaded dice.There are many ways to produce crooked dice. To loada die so that 6 comes up too often and 1 (which is opposite 6) comes up too seldom, add a bit of lead to the filling of the spot on the 1 face. If a die is loaded so that 6 comes up with probability 0.2 and the probabilities of the