Frequency

Calculate the relative frequency P(E) using the given information.
400 adults are polled and 320 of them support universal health care coverage. E is the event that an adult does not support universal health coverage.

P(E)=?

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asked by rosie
  1. assuming that they either supported it or not supported it,
    P(E) = 80/400 = 1/5

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    posted by Reiny
  2. Where’d you get the 80 from?

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    posted by Diana

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