400 randomly selected people are surveyed about income and education. Results are presented below:   Low Income (L) Middle Income (M) High Income (H) College Degree (C) 32 73 120 No College Degree (N) 70 64 41 Based on this sample, find the probability that a randomly selected individual a. is high income, P(H)b. is a college graduate and is in the middle income bracket, P(C and M)c. is not a college graduate or is in the low income bracket, P(N or L)d. is in the high income bracket given that the individual has a college degree, P(H | C)e. has no college degree given the individual is in the middle income bracket, P(N | M)

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400 randomly selected people are surveyed about income and education. Results are presented below:

  Low Income (L) Middle Income (M) High Income (H)
College Degree (C) 32 73 120
No College Degree (N) 70 64 41


Based on this sample, find the probability that a randomly selected individual

a. is high income, P(H)
b. is a college graduate and is in the middle income bracket, P(C and M)
c. is not a college graduate or is in the low income bracket, P(N or L)
d. is in the high income bracket given that the individual has a college degree, P(H | C)
e. has no college degree given the individual is in the middle income bracket, P(N | M)

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