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A poll showed that 43.6% of Americans say they believe that some people see the future in their dreams. What is the probability of randomly selecting someone who does not believe that some people see the future in their dreams.

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A poll showed that 43.6% of Americans say they believe that some people see the future in their dreams. What is the probability of randomly selecting someone who does not believe that some people see the future in their dreams.

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From the given information, probability that Americans say they believe that some people see the future in their dreams is 43.6%.

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Obtain the probability of randomly selecting someone who does not believe that some people see the future in their drea...

(Randomly selecting
(Americans say they
someone who does
P not believe that some1-P believe that some
people see the future
people see the future
in their dreams
in their dreams
1-0.436
0.564
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(Randomly selecting (Americans say they someone who does P not believe that some1-P believe that some people see the future people see the future in their dreams in their dreams 1-0.436 0.564

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