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anonymous
 5 years ago
In conducting a political poll, a pollster divides the United States into four sections: Northeast containing 40% of the population; South (S) containing 10% of the population; Midwest (M) containing 25% of the population; and West (W)containing 25% of the population. From the poll it is found that in the next election 43% of the people in the Northeast say they will vote for Republicans, in the South 58% will vote Republican, in the Midwest 48% will vote Republican, and in the West 52% will vote Republican. a) What is the probability that a person chosen at random will vote Republican?
anonymous
 5 years ago
In conducting a political poll, a pollster divides the United States into four sections: Northeast containing 40% of the population; South (S) containing 10% of the population; Midwest (M) containing 25% of the population; and West (W)containing 25% of the population. From the poll it is found that in the next election 43% of the people in the Northeast say they will vote for Republicans, in the South 58% will vote Republican, in the Midwest 48% will vote Republican, and in the West 52% will vote Republican. a) What is the probability that a person chosen at random will vote Republican?

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