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10 people preferred drink a
15 people preferred drink b
07 people preferred drink c
03 people preferred drink d
06 people preferred drink e


so what is the probability that 1 shopper wouldn't prefer drink e or c?

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  1. A total of 41 people were polled.

    28 would not prefer e or c.
    28/41 would not prefer e or c

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    Ms. Sue
  2. wait i asked my question wrong i meant a random shopper that wasn't polled

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  3. The answer is still the same. We have no idea what the random shopper would prefer so we have to look at it statistically.

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  4. ok thanks Ms. Sue

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  5. You're welcome.

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