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StatisticsQ&A LibrarySocial Networking In a Pew Research Center survey of Internet users, 3732 respondents say that they use social networking sites and 1380 respondents say that they do not use social networking sites. What is the probability that a randomly selected person does not use a social networking site? Does that result suggest that it is unlikely for someone to not use social networking sites?Question

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Social Networking In a Pew Research Center survey of Internet users, 3732 respondents say that they use social networking sites and 1380 respondents say that they do not use social networking sites. What is the probability that a randomly selected person does not use a social networking site? Does that result suggest that it is unlikely for someone to not use social networking sites?

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Solution: We are given that:

3732 respondents say that they use social networking sites and 1380 respondents say that they do not use social networking sites.

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We have to find the probability that a randomly selected person does not use a social networking site.

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To find the probability, we k...

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