a.  Given that a person applied to more than one school, what is the probability that the person is 24–26 years old? b.  Given that a person is in the 36-and-over age group, what is the probability that the person applied to more than one school? c.  What is the probability that a person is 24–26 years old or applied to more than one school? d.  Suppose a person is known to have applied to only one school. What is the proba bility that the person is 31 or more years old? e.  Is the number of schools applied to independent of age? Explain.     Yes No   23 and under 207 201   24–26 299 379 Age Group 27–30 185 268   31–35 66 193   36 and over 51 169

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a.  Given that a person applied to more than one school, what is the probability that the person is 24–26 years old?
b.  Given that a person is in the 36-and-over age group, what is the probability that the person applied to more than one school?
c.  What is the probability that a person is 24–26 years old or applied to more than one school?
d.  Suppose a person is known to have applied to only one school. What is the proba bility that the person is 31 or more years old? e.  Is the number of schools applied to independent of age? Explain.

    Yes No
  23 and under 207 201
  24–26 299 379
Age Group 27–30 185 268
  31–35 66 193
  36 and over 51 169

 

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