7. Row 26 of the excel file gives the number of employed persons having a specific education level.
a. Find he probability that an employed person has attained each of the educational levels listed in the data.
b. suppose that A is the event "has at least an Associates Degree" and B is he event " is at least a high school graduate." Find the probabilities of these events. Are they mutually exclusive? Why or why not? Find the probability P(A or B).
c. P(Unemployed and Advanced Degree)
d. P(Unemployed |Advanced Degree)
e. P(Not a High School Grad | Unemployed)

7. Row 26 of the excel file gives the number of employed persons having a specific education level.
a. Find he probability that an employed person has attained each of the educational levels listed in the data.
"Not a High
School Grad" "High School
Graduate" "Some College
No Degree" "Associate's
Degree" "Bachelor's
Degree" "Advanced
Degree"
Probability 0.1049 0.3257 ...

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