14.2 Solve for the probability of an event

Solve for the probability of an event

This lesson answers the question: What are the differences between mean, median and mode in statistics? Also, we will learn how to calculate the probabilities out of a two-way frequency table, and figure out the trends.

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  • 2.
    Six hundred people were randomly selected in downtown. They were asked if they choose their clothes based on its comfort or style. The following is the results:

    Comfort

    Style

    Total

    Male

    172

    133

    305

    Female

    115

    180

    295

    Both

    287

    313

    600

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Solve for the probability of an event

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