Men and women were surveyed regarding their favorite leisure sport, as shown below. All questions pertain to this two-way frequency table. begin{array

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Men and women were surveyed regarding their favorite leisure sport, as shown below. All questions pertain to this two-way frequency table.
Leisure SportGolfTennisSkiingTotalMen32213083Women35302691 Total675156174
Find P(men)P(skiing).
(Choose a numbered choice from the list below.)
1)83174
2)561744
3)4648174
4)46481742
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Answered 2021-02-14 Author has 103 answers

Step 1
From the table, we see that there are total 83 men.
There are total 174 persons.
So the probability of getting a man P(men)=83174 From the table we see that total 56 people are skiing. So the probability of skiing is
P(Skiing)=56174
Step 2
Plugging the probabilities in the given expression we get:
P(men)P(skiing)
=83174×56174
=46481742

Answer: 4)46481742

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