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6.State the complement of the event given in question (5) and calculate the probability of the complement. Show your work and round to the nearest tenth of a percent.

7.What is the probability that Issac will have Saturday and Sunday off? Show your work and round to the nearest tenth of a percent.

Use the following table to answer questions (8)-(13). A random sample of 200 new vehicle buyers were asked to respond to a survey about what kind of vehicle they purchased. One question, summarized in the table below, asked each respondent to choose the vehicle that best described the type of vehicle that they purchased. The vehicle choices were car, pick-up truck, sport utility vehicle, van, or other.

CarTruckSUVVanOtherTotal

Male3414302113112

Female3732317888

Total7117533821200

8.If one person is chosen randomly from the group, what is the probability that the person is female?

9.If one person is chosen randomly from the group, what is the probability that the person purchased a van?

10.If one person is chosen randomly from the group, what is the probability that the person was male and bought a car?

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