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 3 years ago
on campus, off campus, totals
below 2.5 gpa 98 84 182
2.53.5 gpa 64 45 109
over 3.5 gpa 17 12 29
totals 179 141 320
what is the probability that a student has a gpa below 2.5 and lives off campus?
what is the probability that a student has a gpa below 2.5 given that they live off campus?
what is the probability that a student has either a gpa below 2.5 or lives off campus?
what is the probability that a student selected from this sample has a gpa of 3.5 or below?
what is the probability that a student selected from
 3 years ago
on campus, off campus, totals below 2.5 gpa 98 84 182 2.53.5 gpa 64 45 109 over 3.5 gpa 17 12 29 totals 179 141 320 what is the probability that a student has a gpa below 2.5 and lives off campus? what is the probability that a student has a gpa below 2.5 given that they live off campus? what is the probability that a student has either a gpa below 2.5 or lives off campus? what is the probability that a student selected from this sample has a gpa of 3.5 or below? what is the probability that a student selected from

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 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0what is the probability that a student has a gpa below 2.5 and lives off campus? 84/320 what is the probability that a student has a gpa below 2.5 given that they live off campus? 84/141 what is the probability that a student has either a gpa below 2.5 or lives off campus? (98+141)/320 what is the probability that a student selected from this sample has a gpa of 3.5 or below? (109+182)/320
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