anonymous
  • anonymous
suppose 250 people have applied for 15 job openings at a chain of resturants. a)what fraction of the applicants will get the job? b)what fraction will not get the job? c)assuming all applicants are equally quallified amd have the same chance of being hired whats the probability that a random applicant will get a job? anyone?
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M
  • M
job opening/total applied
anonymous
  • anonymous
thats ur formula
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  • M
hehe

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anonymous
  • anonymous
did u get the answers to your previous questions amanda>>?
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  • M
b) if 15 are hired then remaining people that didn't get hired/total applied is your fraction c) answer a but in decimal x 100

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