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    3. (TCO 5) The Canadian Services office did a survey of 150 travelers in which they asked if the traveler's first language was French or English. Another question asked was whether the traveler was Canadian born. The results follow.
    Canadian Not-Canadian Raw Totals
    English 15 50 65
    French 65 20 85
    Totals 80 70 150

    If a traveler is selected at random (from this group of 150 travelers), find the probability that P (The traveler is not Canadian and speaks French as the first language.)
    20/85
    20/70
    0.135
    20/150

    4. (TCO 5) The Canadian Services office did a survey of 150 travelers in which they asked if the traveler's first language was French or English. Another question asked was whether the traveler was Canadian born. The results follow.

    Canadian Not-Canadian Raw Totals
    English 15 50 65
    French 65 20 85
    Totals 80 70 150

    If a traveler is selected at random (from this group of 150 travelers), find the probability that P(The traveler is not Canadian, given that the first language is French.)
    7/15
    8/15
    13/30
    4/17.

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    3. (TCO 5) The Canadian Services office did a survey of 150 travelers in which they asked if the traveler's first language was French or English. Another question asked was whether the traveler was Canadian born. The results follow.
    Canadian Not-Canadian Raw Totals
    English 15 50 65
    French 65 20 85
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