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Interpreting Weather While this exercise was being created, Weather.com indicated that there was a 60% chance of rain for the author’s home region. Based on that report, which of the following is the most reasonable interpretation?

a. 60% of the author’s region will get rain today.

b. In the author’s region, it will rain for 60% of the day.

c. There is a 0.60 probability that it will rain somewhere in the author’s region at some point during the day.

Step 1

Given that,

There was a 60% chance of rain for the author’s home region.

Step 2

The correct option is C.

There is a 0.60 probability that it will rain somewhere in the author’s region at some point during the day.

Step 3

Because, they said that 60% chance of rain.

Hence, it will rain 60% and doesn’t r...

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