In an​ experiment, college students were given either four quarters or a​ $1 bill and they could either keep the money or spend it on gum. The results are summarized in the table. Complete parts​ (a) through​ (c) below.     Purchased Gum Kept the Money   Students Given Four Quarters 3333 1515   Students Given a​ $1 Bill 1717 3434   a. Find the probability of randomly selecting a student who spent the​ money, given that the student was given a​ $1 bill.   The probability is nothing. ​(Round to three decimal places as​ needed.) b. Find the probability of randomly selecting a student who kept the​ money, given that the student was given a​ $1 bill.   The probability is nothing. ​(Round to three decimal places as​ needed.) c. What do the preceding results​ suggest?     A. A student given a​ $1 bill is more likely to have kept the money than a student given four quarters.   B. A student given a​ $1 bill is more likely to have kept the money.   C. A student given a​ $1 bill is more likely to have spent the money than a student given four quarters.   D. A student given a​ $1 bill is more likely to have spent the money.

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In an experiment, college students were given either four quarters or a $1 bill and they could either keep the money or spend it on gum. The results are summarized in the table. Complete parts (a) through (c) below.
 
 
Purchased Gum
Kept the Money
 
Students Given Four Quarters
3333
1515
 
Students Given a $1 Bill
1717
3434
 
a. Find the probability of randomly selecting a student who spent the money, given that the student was given a $1 bill.
 
The probability is
nothing.
(Round to three decimal places as needed.)
b. Find the probability of randomly selecting a student who kept the money, given that the student was given a $1 bill.
 
The probability is
nothing.
(Round to three decimal places as needed.)
c. What do the preceding results suggest?
 
 
A.
A student given a $1 bill is more likely to have kept the money than a student given four quarters.
 
B.
A student given a $1 bill is more likely to have kept the money.
 
C.
A student given a $1 bill is more likely to have spent the money than a student given four quarters.
 
D.
A student given a $1 bill is more likely to have spent the money.

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