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StatisticsQ&A LibraryBirth order A survey of students in a large IntroductoryStatistics class asked about their birth order (1 = oldestor only child) and which college of the university theywere enrolled in. Here are the results:Suppose we select a student at random from this class.What is the probability that the person isa) a Human Ecology student?b) a firstborn student?c) firstborn and a Human Ecology student?d) firstborn or a Human Ecology student? Birth Order1 or only 2 or more Total CollegeArts & Sciences 34 23 57Agriculture 52 41 93Human Ecology 15 28 43Other 12 18 30Total 113 110 223Start your trial now! First week only $4.99!*arrow_forward*

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Birth order A survey of students in a large Introductory

Statistics class asked about their birth order (1 = oldest

or only child) and which college of the university they

were enrolled in. Here are the results:Suppose we select a student at random from this class.

What is the probability that the person is

a) a Human Ecology student?

b) a firstborn student?

c) firstborn and a Human Ecology student?

d) firstborn or a Human Ecology student?

Birth Order

1 or only 2 or more Total

1 or only 2 or more Total

College

Arts & Sciences 34 23 57

Agriculture 52 41 93

Human Ecology 15 28 43

Other 12 18 30

Total 113 110 223

Arts & Sciences 34 23 57

Agriculture 52 41 93

Human Ecology 15 28 43

Other 12 18 30

Total 113 110 223

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