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Asked Oct 11, 2019

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A survey consists of asking kids in a particular neighborhood how many houses they visited while trick-or-treating. The

results are given below:

number of houses visited | 0 | 1-5 | 6-10 | 11-20 | more than 20 |

Numbers of kids | 5 | 15 | 25 | 45 | 40 |

a) Find the (empirical) probability distribution table for the above experiment.

b) Based on the experiment, what is the (empirical) probability that a randomly selected kid will visit 6-10 houses?

c) Based on the experiment, what is the (empirical) probability that a randomly selected kid will visit more than 5 houses?

Step 1

**7.a.The (empirical) probability distribution table for the above experiment is obtained below:**

A survey was conducted on kids that how much number of houses was visited while trick-or-treating.

The probability formula is,

Probability=(favorable number of cases)/(Total number of cases)

The required table is,

Step 2

**7.b. The (empirical) probability that a randomly selected kid will visit 6-10 houses is obtained below:**

The required probability is,

P(Randomly selected kid will visit 6-10 houses)=0.1923.

Step 3

**7.c. Th****e (empirical) probability that a randomly selected kid will visit more than 5 ho...**

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