A fast-food restaurant chain has 574 outlets in the United States. The following table categorizes them by city population size and location, and presents the number of restaurants in each category. A restaurant is to be chosen at random from the 574 to test market a new menu. Round your answers to four decimal places. Populationof CityRegionNESESWNWUnder 50,0003431122−50,000500,00057896632Over 500,000151232651      b) Given that the restaurant is located in the Southeast, what is the probability that it is in a city with a population under 50,000?

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 A fast-food restaurant chain has 574 outlets in the United States. The following table categorizes them by city population size and location, and presents the number of restaurants in each category. A restaurant is to be chosen at random from the 574 to test market a new menu. Round your answers to four decimal places.

 

Population
of City
Region
NE SE SW NW
Under 
50,000
34
31
12
2
−50,000500,000
57
89
66
32
Over 
500,000
151
23
26
51
         

 

b) Given that the restaurant is located in the Southeast, what is the probability that it is in a city with a population under 50,000?

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Region
Population of city NE SE Sw NW
Under 50,000
34
31
12
2
50,000-500,000
57
89
66
32
Over 500,000
151 23 26
51
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Region Population of city NE SE Sw NW Under 50,000 34 31 12 2 50,000-500,000 57 89 66 32 Over 500,000 151 23 26 51

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