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ProbabilityQ&A LibraryGiven the following table summarizing the respo Viewers ABC NBC АВС CBS Other Total Men 20 30 40 55 145 50 -Women 10 20 45 125 Total 80 30 100 60 270 fone of these individuals is selected at random, wh a station other than CBS given that they area w NBc or CBS. given that the individual is a man Next Step ryou've completed all of the steps above proceed to the next Type here to search Problem Dropbох. Given the following table summarizing the responses of 270 people to toe question 'which evening news program do you watch most often Viewers ABC NBC CBS Other Total Men 30 20 40 55 145 45 125 Women 50 10 20 80 30 60 100 270 Total If one of these individuals is selected at random, what is the probability that the person watches a station other than CBS, given that they are a woman .NBC or CBS, given that the individual is a man Next Step After you've completed all of the steps above, proceed to the next topic in the module e O Type here to searchStart your trial now! First week only $4.99!*arrow_forward*

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If one of these individuals is selected at random, what is the probability that the person watches:

(1) A station other than CBS, given that they are women?

(2) NBC or CBS, given that the individual is a man?

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