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a survey of 651 farmers determined that 93 had been injured on the job in a given year.
What is the probability that a particular farmer will be injury in a given year?

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  1. The ratio of 93 to 651 is 7 to 1. A farmer has a 1 out of 7 chance of being injured on the job in a given year.

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  2. The answer would be: 1/7
    Am I right?

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  3. The ratio of 93 to 651 is 1 to 7. A farmer has a 1 out of 7 chance of being injured on the job in a given year.

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  4. Yes. You're right.

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