According to a survey, 52% of the residents of a city oppose a downtown casino. Of these 52% about 5 out of 10 strongly oppose the casino. Complete parts (a) through (c).
(a) Find the probability that a randomly selected resident opposes the casino and strongly opposes the casino.
(b) Find the probability that a randomly selected resident who opposes the casino does not strongly oppose the casino.
(c) Would it be unusual for a randomly selected resident to oppose the casino and strongly oppose the casino? Explain.
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