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# Study designed to gauge married women's participation

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A study designed to gauge married women's participation in the workplace is listed in the following data. The data is obtained from a sample of 750 married women. Find the following.

A.What is the probability that this randomly selected women has a job outside the house.

B. What is the probability that this randomly selected woman has at least 1 child.

C. What is the probability that this randomly selected women has a full time job and no more than one child?

D. What is the probability that this randomly selected women has a part time job or at least one child, but not both?

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## Probability: gauge married women's participation in the workplace

In a study designed to gauge married women's participation in the workplace today, the data provided in the attached file are obtained from a sample of 750 randomly selected married women. Consider a woman selected at random from this sample in aswering the following questions:

a)what is the probablity that this randomly selected woman has a job outside the home?

b)what is the probability that this randomly selected woman has at least one child?

c)what is the probability that this randomly selected woman has a full-time job and no more than one child?

d)what is the probability that this randomly selected woman has a part-time job or at least one child, but not both?

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