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9. 8.07/7.69 points | Previous Answers WaneFMAC7 8.5.049. According to a certain news poll, 71% agreed that it should be the government's responsibility to provide a decent standard of living for the elderly, and 38% agreed that it would be a good idea to invest part of their Social Security taxes on their own. If agreement with one of these propositions is independent of agreement with the other, what is the probability that a person agreed with both propositions? (Round your answer to two decimal places.) HINT [See Quick Examples 4 and 5.] .27 independent mutually exclusive neither independent mutually exclusive neither
6/21/2019 8.5 - Conditional Probability and Independence 4/5 10. 8.07/7.69 points | Previous Answers WaneFMAC7 8.5.052. A market survey shows that 50% of the population used Brand Z computers last year, 8% of the population quit their jobs last year, and 4% of the population used Brand Z computers and then quit their jobs. Are the events of using Brand Z computers and quitting your job independent? Is a user of Brand Z computers more or less likely to quit a job than a randomly chosen person?

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