anonymous
  • anonymous
A college administration has conducted a study of 183 randomly selected students to determine the relationship between satisfaction with academic advisement and academic success. They obtained the following information: Of the 69 students on academic probation, 35 are not satisfied with advisement; however, only 17 of the students not on academic probation are dissatisfied with advisement. What is the probability that a student selected at random is on academic probation and is not satisfied with advisement?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
how many students are on academic probation and is not satisfied with advisement?
anonymous
  • anonymous
take that number, and divide it by the total, which is 183
anonymous
  • anonymous
so 69-35=34/183

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anonymous
  • anonymous
35/183 actually correct?
anonymous
  • anonymous
the way i read it, yes
anonymous
  • anonymous
35 students fit both categories

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