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17 (1 point) View problem in a pop-up4.1 Section Exercise 24OSDON 4 ORural speed limits for some states are indicated below.60 mph65 mph 70 mph75 mph17715Source: World AimanacDownload dataChoose one state at randonm. Find the probabilities of the following. Enter your answers asfractions or decimals rounded to 3 decimal places.Part 1 out of 365 or 70 miles per hourP(65 mph or 70 mph)CHECKNEXT

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17 (1 point) View problem in a pop-up
4.1 Section Exercise 24
OSDON 4 O
Rural speed limits for some states are indicated below.
60 mph
65 mph 70 mph
75 mph
17
7
15
Source: World Aimanac
Download data
Choose one state at randonm. Find the probabilities of the following. Enter your answers as
fractions or decimals rounded to 3 decimal places.
Part 1 out of 3
65 or 70 miles per hour
P(65 mph or 70 mph)
CHECK
NEXT
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17 (1 point) View problem in a pop-up 4.1 Section Exercise 24 OSDON 4 O Rural speed limits for some states are indicated below. 60 mph 65 mph 70 mph 75 mph 17 7 15 Source: World Aimanac Download data Choose one state at randonm. Find the probabilities of the following. Enter your answers as fractions or decimals rounded to 3 decimal places. Part 1 out of 3 65 or 70 miles per hour P(65 mph or 70 mph) CHECK NEXT

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Probability of an event is the number of cases favorable to the event, divided by the total number of possible cases. For an event A, P (A) = n (A) / n, where n (A) is the number of cases favorable to A, and n is the total number of possible cases.

Here, total number of possible cases, n = 1 + 17 + 15 + 7 = 40.

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