Refer to the sample data for polygraph tests shown below. If one of the test subjects is randomly​ selected, what is the probability that the subject is not​ lying? Is the result close to the probability of 0.4450.445 for a negative test​ result?   Did the Subject Actually Lie?   No​ (Did Not​ Lie) Yes​ (Lied)   Positive test results 1717 4444 Negative test results 3535 1414 The probability that a randomly selected polygraph test subject was not lying is nothing. ​(Type an integer or decimal rounded to three decimal places as​ needed.) Is the result close to the​ probability, rounded to three decimal​ places, of 0.445 for a negative test​ result?

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Refer to the sample data for polygraph tests shown below. If one of the test subjects is randomly selected, what is the probability that the subject is not lying? Is the result close to the probability of
0.4450.445
for a negative test result?
 
Did the Subject Actually Lie?
 
No (Did Not Lie)
Yes (Lied)
 
Positive test results
1717
4444
Negative test results
3535
1414
The probability that a randomly selected polygraph test subject was not lying is
nothing.
(Type an integer or decimal rounded to three decimal places as needed.)
Is the result close to the probability, rounded to three decimal places, of
0.445
for a negative test result?

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