X3.2.23Question HelpIn a sample of 900 U.S. adults, 214 think that most celebrities are good role models. Two U.S. adults are selected at random from the population of all U.S. adultswithout replacement. Assuming the sample is representative of allUS adults, complete parts (a) through (c).(a) Find the probability that both adults think most celebrities are good role models.The probability that both adults think most celebrities are good role models is .056(Round to three decimal places as needed.)Te(b) Find the probability that neither adult thinks most celebrities are good role models.The probability that neither adult thinks most celebrities are good role models is(Round to three decimal places as needed.)ontentsct: 1ple Resources?for SuccessEnter your answer in the answer box and then click Check Ansverpertremainingls for Success1.Multimedia Libraryo-011:12Purchase OptionsAMSUNGCSC+bac&$#!532}4

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In a sample of 900 U.S. adults, 214 think that most celebrities are good role models. Two U.S. adults are selected at random from the population of all U.S. adults
without replacement. Assuming the sample is representative of allUS adults, complete parts (a) through (c).
(a) Find the probability that both adults think most celebrities are good role models.
The probability that both adults think most celebrities are good role models is .056
(Round to three decimal places as needed.)
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(b) Find the probability that neither adult thinks most celebrities are good role models.
The probability that neither adult thinks most celebrities are good role models is
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X3.2.23 Question Help In a sample of 900 U.S. adults, 214 think that most celebrities are good role models. Two U.S. adults are selected at random from the population of all U.S. adults without replacement. Assuming the sample is representative of allUS adults, complete parts (a) through (c). (a) Find the probability that both adults think most celebrities are good role models. The probability that both adults think most celebrities are good role models is .056 (Round to three decimal places as needed.) Te (b) Find the probability that neither adult thinks most celebrities are good role models. The probability that neither adult thinks most celebrities are good role models is (Round to three decimal places as needed.) ontents ct: 1 ple Resources ? for Success Enter your answer in the answer box and then click Check Ansver pert remaining ls for Success 1. Multimedia Library o-011:12 Purchase Options AMSUNG C SC + bac & $ # ! 5 3 2 } 4

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Given data
Sample size = 900
No of celebrities that are good role models are = 214
Non celebrities = 900-214 = 686
a) Probability that both adults think most celebrities are good model is given by

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b) Probability that neither adults think ce...

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