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In a survey of 896 people, 409 said their second toes are longer than their big toes. What is the probability to the nearest percent that a randomly chosen person from the survey has a longer second toe.

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    409 yesses out of 896 peoples

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    409/896

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    P(2nd toe longer) = 409/896 x 100

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    total no. of answers or outcomes (sample space) = no. of people =896 no. of favourable outcomes = no. of people with longer second toes = 109 so, Probability "P" = {no. of favourable outcome}/{total no. of outcomes} or, P = 409/896

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