The table below shows the results of a survey in which 143 men and 145 women workers ages 25 to 64 were asked if they have at least onemonth'sincome set aside for emergencies.

Men

Women

Total

Less than one month's income

66

83

149

One month's income or more

77

62

139

Total

143

145

288

(a)Find the probability that a randomly selected worker has onemonth'sincome or more set aside for emergencies.

The probability is

.

(Roundto the nearest thousandth asneeded.)

(b)Given that a randomly selected worker is amale,find the probability that the worker has less than onemonth'sincome.

The probability is

.

(Roundto the nearest thousandth asneeded.)

(c)Given that a randomly selected worker has onemonth'sincome ormore,find the probability that the worker is a female.

The probability is

.

(Roundto the nearest thousandth asneeded.)

(d)Are the events"havingless than onemonth'sincomesaved"and"beingmale" independent ordependent?

Independent

Dependent

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