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The table below lists a random sample of 50 speeding tickets on I-25 in Colorado.

  0-10 mph over limit 10-20 mph over limit More than 20 mph over limit Total
Male 9 9 17 35
Female 2 9 4 15
Total 11 18 21 50

Round to the fourth.
a) If a random ticket was selected, what would be the probability that the driver was female? 
b) Given that a particular ticket had a male offender, what is the probability that they were more than 20 mph over the limit?
c) Given that a particular ticket was 10-20 mph over the limit, what is the probability that the driver was female? 
d) If a random ticket was selected, what would be the probability that the driver was a male? 
e) If a random ticket was selected, what would be the probability that the driver is a female and driving 10-20 mph over the limit? 
f) If a random ticket was selected, what would be the probability that the driver is a female or driving 0-10 mph over the limit?
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a) As per the given, question Total Female is 15 out of 50. So If a random ticket was selected, probability that the driver was female 

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15 3 = 0.3 10 50 ||

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b) Given that a particular ticket had a male offender, probability that they were more than 20 mph over the limit
Applying Conditional Probability

Applying Conditional Probability
Speed is more than 20 mph
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Ticket had a male offender)
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P(Speed is more than 20 mph and Ticket had a male offender)
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P(Ticket had a male offender)
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Applying Conditional Probability Speed is more than 20 mph P Ticket had a male offender) 17 P(Speed is more than 20 mph and Ticket had a male offender) 50 35 P(Ticket had a male offender) 50 17 0.485 35

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c) Given that a ticket was 10-20 mph over the limit, probability that...

driver was female
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ticket was 10 - 20 mph over the limit/
P( driver was female and ticket was 10 20 mph over the limit)
P(ticket was 10 20 mph over the limit)
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driver was female P ticket was 10 - 20 mph over the limit/ P( driver was female and ticket was 10 20 mph over the limit) P(ticket was 10 20 mph over the limit) 50 18 18 50 1 0.5 2 N

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