Math urgent..............help.....
posted by Anonymous .
the table below shows the registered Democrats and Rebuplicans in a school
Women men
Democrates 152 88
Republicans 98 122
a) find the probbility that a randomly selected person from the school is a male republican.
b) find the probbility that a randomly selected person from the school is registered republican.
c) find the probability that a randomly selected democrat is a woman.
d) find the probability that a randomly selected man is a democrat.
e) find the probability that a randomly selected woman is a republican.

I will do one.
e) Pr=98/(98+152)
I will gladly critique your work. 
thanks
Respond to this Question
Similar Questions

Democrats vs. Republicans 2000 platform Question
Which of the following best describes the difference between the Democratic and Republican party platforms in 2000 on the issue of school choice? 
statistics
6. six men and four women are standing around a table that has four chairs. if four people are selected randomly to sit at the table, what is the probability that two men and two women will be selected 
Statistics
A study of voting preferences among enlisted soldiers (of differing educational levels) in the military reveals the follow patterns (the sample size if 445). 1 Of 395 high school graduates, 90 describe themselves as Democrats, 170 … 
statistics
in a sample of 1000 people <525 men and 475 women>,113 are left handed<63 men and 50 women>.the results of the sample are shown in the table.find the probability that a randomly selected person is a left handed,given that … 
Statistics
In a survey of 302 people, the following data were obtained relating gender to political orientation: Republican (R) Democrat (D) Independent (I) Total Male (M) 85 43 37 165 Femal (F) 43 79 15 137 Total 128 122 52 302 What is the probability … 
Math
A town has 4900 registered voters, each of whom is either a Republican, a Democrat or an Independent. In the last primary election, 1150 people voted, and the number of Republicans who voted was 720 fewer than 30% of the total number … 
Finite Math
A town council has 11 members, 6 Democrats and 5 Republicans. If a 3‐person committee is selected at random, what is the probability that Republicans make up the majority? 
Math (Finite)
A town council has 11 members, 6 Democrats and 5 Republicans. If a 3‐person committee is selected at random, what is the probability that Republicans make up the majority? 
Social studies
How was the South Carolina constitution of 1868 different from previous state constitutions? 
Math 120
A city council consists of eight Democrats and seven Republicans. If a committee of six people isâ€‹ selected, find the probability of selecting three Democrats and three Republicans.