# random

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## elementary statistics

A statistics professor is used to having a variance in his class grades of no more than 100. He feels that his current group of students is different, and so he examines a random sample of midterm grades (listed below). At 0.05 alpha level can it be

*asked by David on December 1, 2013* -
## ENGLISH

I am trying to see if I should use raised or reared when speaking of a child. According to the usage note in Random House Dictionary and the American Heritage Dictionary, either raise or rear is correct in standard American English.

*asked by MARCIA on July 24, 2007* -
## statistics

Listed below are the duration's (in hours) of a simple random sample of all flights of a space shuttle program. Find the range, variance, and standard deviation for the sample data. Is the lowest duration time unusual? Why or why not? 71, 100, 237, 199,

*asked by slomo on February 13, 2015* -
## Statistics

According to a recent survey, 65% of all customers will return to the same grocery store. Suppose 11 customers are selected at random,what is the probability that A) exactly 5 will return? B) all 11 will return? C) at least 6 will return D) at least one

*asked by Kim on December 8, 2017* -
## statistics

An April 15, 2002 report in Time Magazine stated that the average age for women to marry in the United States is now 25.6 years of age. If the standard deviation is assumed to be 4.1 years, find the probability that a random sample of 30 U.S. women would

*asked by statistics student on October 4, 2013* -
## MTH233/statistics UOP

Please complete the following 5-step hypothesis testing procedure in your Learning Teams: A simple random sample of forty 20-oz bottles of Coke® from a normal distribution is obtained and each bottle is measured for number of ounces of Coke® in the

*asked by sue on August 1, 2010* -
## Statistics

An April 15, 2002 report in Time Magazine stated that the average age for women to marry in the United States is now 25.9 years of age. If the standard deviation is assumed to be 4.3 years, find the probability that a random sample of 32 U.S. women would

*asked by Casey on October 7, 2013* -
## statistics

An April 15, 2002 report in Time Magazine stated that the average age for women to marry in the United States is now 24.9 years of age. If the standard deviation is assumed to be 4.9 years, find the probability that a random sample of 33 U.S. women would

*asked by jilla on July 7, 2012* -
## statistics

An April 15, 2002 report in Time Magazine stated that the average age for women to marry in the United States is now 24.9 years of age. If the standard deviation is assumed to be 4.9 years, find the probability that a random sample of 33 U.S. women would

*asked by jennifer on July 7, 2012* -
## STATISTICS

An April 15, 2002 report in Time Magazine stated that the average age for women to marry in the United States is now 24.9 years of age. If the standard deviation is assumed to be 4.9 years, find the probability that a random sample of 33 U.S. women would

*asked by judy( Help needed ,Please!? on July 7, 2012* -
## statistics

An April 15, 2002 report in Time Magazine stated that the average age for women to marry in the United States is now 25.1 years of age. If the standard deviation is assumed to be 4.6 years, find the probability that a random sample of 34 U.S. women would

*asked by Kay on March 5, 2013* -
## Statistics

These are the only ones that I am having problems with. Please help.. 8.You are given the sample mean and the sample standard deviation. Use this information to construct the 90% and the 95% confidence intervals for the population mean. Interpret the

*asked by Katie on February 18, 2013* -
## Statistics

It has been reported that 48% of teenagers play video games on their phones. A random sample of 60 teenages is drawn. Find the probability that the proportion of teenagers in the sample who play videos games on their phone is less than 0.499 . Write only a

*asked by Obi on October 19, 2015* -
## Statistic

Below are listed the numbers of doctors in various specialties by gender. Pathology Pediatric Psychiatry Male 12,575 33,020 27,803 Female 5,604 33,351 12,292 Choose 1 doctor at random. (a) Find the probability of choosing a Pathologist or a female? b.)

*asked by Bella on March 25, 2013* -
## Statistics

Any ideas please? Simple random sample of voters will be taken in a large state. Researchers will construct an approximate 95% confidence interval for the percent of the state¢s voters who will vote for Candidate A. Find the minimum sample size needed to

*asked by Andrew on July 24, 2013* -
## Statistics

A production process is checked perifically by a quality control inspector. The inspector selects simple random samples of 30 finished products and computes the sample mean product weights x. If test results over a long period of time show that 5% of the x

*asked by Rebecca on October 30, 2007* -
## Sample

Recall that “very satisfied” customers give the XYZ-Box video game system a rating that is at least 42. Suppose that the manufacturer of the XYZ-Box wishes to us the random sample of 65 satisfaction ratings to provide evidence supporting the claim that

*asked by Statistics on June 14, 2011* -
## Statistics

A recent survey determine the IQ score of a random selection of residents of Alaska. The accompanying relative frequency distribution table summarizes the results. Identify the class width for the given relative frequency distribution. IQ Score----Relative

*asked by girlygirl on October 31, 2018* -
## Math

you have four $1 bills, two $5 bills, five $10 bills, and five $ 20 bills in your wallet. You select a bill at random. Without replacing the bill, you choose a second bill. What is P($1, then$ 10)?

*asked by Katie on April 23, 2015* -
## statistics

60% of the students at a college are female. If 13 students at that college are selected random, find the probability that 5 or 6 students will be female

*asked by jill on March 7, 2011* -
## Sampling Distribution

It was reported by the National Forensic Center in the Guide to Experts Fees, 1998-99 that the average fee of forensic accountants for court testimony was 1500. Assume that the population standard deviation is 600. What is the probability that, in a random

*asked by Angela on May 17, 2011* -
## Stats

I am working on a review sheet and got everything except for this one. I am not sure whether to use z or t. The number of hours per week that high school juniors watch TV is normally distributed with a mean of 8 hours and a standard deviation of 2 hours.

*asked by Joe on May 21, 2014* -
## statistics

a manufacturer of detergent claims that the contents of the boxes in the market weigh on average at least 16 oz.. the distribution of weights is known to be normal with a standard deviation of 0.4 oz. to test the claim of the manufacturer a random sample

*asked by sayera on May 28, 2012* -
## statistics

a manufacturer of detergent claims that the contents of the boxes in the market weigh on average at least 16 oz.. the distribution of weights is known to be normal with a standard deviation of 0.4 oz. to test the claim of the manufacturer a random sample

*asked by sayera on May 28, 2012* -
## Statistics

A maker of microwave ovens advertises that no more than 10% of its microwaves need repair during the first 5 years of use. In a random sample of 57 microwaves that are 5 years old, 13% needed repairs. At á=0.01, can you reject the maker’s claim that no

*asked by George on May 5, 2010* -
## statistics

The U.S. Census Bureau reported 77% of the U.S population had internet access in 2009. Choosing 3 random individuals find the probability that a. none of the 3 inidivuals has internet b. all of the individuals have internet access c. at least 1 of the 3

*asked by Krislina on March 2, 2013* -
## Maths

The probability a pupil takes a bus to school is 0.3. If a sample of 10 pupils are chosen at random. Using binomial distribution. Find the probability that a) exactly four pupils travel by bus. b) more than six pupils travel by bus.

*asked by Chris on March 20, 2016* -
## Statistics

Safety researchers, interested in determining whether the occupancy of a vehicle might be related to the speed at which the vehicle is driven, have observed the following speed (mph) measurements for two random samples of vehicles. Alone With Pass 64 44 50

*asked by Jo on October 4, 2009* -
## Statistics

The national centre of health statistics reports that the mean systolic blood pressure for males 35-44 years of age is 128 and a standard deviation of 15. A group of 50 executives selected at random are tested and found to have an avarage of 132.3. Is

*asked by Sue on April 16, 2013* -
## political science

During the 2nd Party System in American politics, parties moved from a ______ in Congress to a _______ in order to pick candidates and develop a party platform. caucus; national convention informal poll; direct primary caucus; direct primary random

*asked by ryan on April 10, 2016* -
## Statistics

The heights of women in a certain population have a Normal distribution with mean 64 inches and standard deviation 3.5 inches. We select three women at random from this population. Assume that their heights are independent. Find the probability that the

*asked by Sarah on November 20, 2016* -
## Stats

A car insurance company has determined that 7% of all drivers were involved in a car accident last year. The company randomly selects 200 drivers. Compute the mean and standard devistion of the random variable, x, the number of drivers involved in

*asked by Christine on November 5, 2010* -
## Probability

If a women with a BMI below 25 are considered to be normal weight, how many of these women would be classified as overweight? If you choose a woman at random, what is the probability that she will be overweight. Chart below BMI Frequency 15.0-19.9 9

*asked by bria on July 12, 2012* -
## math

Riena has six unmarked CDs in a box, where each is dedicated to exactly one of English, mathematics, French, American history, chemistry, and computer science. Answer the following questions: a. If she chooses a CD at random, what is the probability she

*asked by kirk on August 12, 2010* -
## Binomial Math

The manager of Toy World has decided to accept a shipment of electronic games if there is no more than 1 defective electronic game in a random sample of size 17. What is the probability that he will accept the shipment if 15% of the electronic games is

*asked by Bersy on January 27, 2013* -
## Pre-calculus

A set of data is normally distributed with a mean of 500 and standard deviation of 40. a). What percent of the data is between 460 and 540? P(460

*asked by Mary on January 16, 2009* -
## statistics

The amount of time spent by North American adults watching television per day is normally distributed with a mean of 6 hours and a standard deviation of 1.5 hours. What is the probability that in a random sample of five North American adult at least two of

*asked by Anonymous on November 16, 2010* -
## statistics

The average temperature in households is 67.6 degrees F. The standard deviation is 4.2 degrees F. A random sample of 51 households is to be selected What is the probability that the average of this sample will be within 1.4 STANDARD ERRORS of the

*asked by Kristin on September 28, 2012* -
## statistics

Suppose that 65% of all California State students own a motorcycle. A random sample of 100 CS students is surveyed and 61% indicate that they own a motorcycle. a. What is the value of the population percent given to you in the problem? b. What is the value

*asked by Rochelle on June 14, 2012* -
## science

Which of the following is NOT true about compounds? A) compounds join in specific ratios according to their masses B) the mass ratio of a specific compound is always the same C) compounds are random combinations of elements D) different mass ratio mean

*asked by Katherine on November 13, 2009* -
## Stats (probability)

Of 10 girls in a class, 3 have blue eyes. If two girls are chosen at random, what is the probability that (i) both have blue eyes, (ii) neither has blue eyes, (iii) at least one has blue eyes? I have the answers but do not know how to get them. I'm trying

*asked by Morgan on March 16, 2011* -
## Statistics

It is reported that 72% of working women use computers at work. Choose 5 working women at random. Find a. The probability that at least 1 doesn't use a computer at work b. The probability that all 5 use a computer in their jobs

*asked by Amber on November 11, 2014* -
## statistics

The sample mean to be calculated from a random sample of size n= 4 from a population consists of eight measurements (2, 6, 9, 12, 25, 29, 39, 50) . find the sampling distribution of y .(Hint : there are 70 samples of size 4 when sampling from a population

*asked by koky on November 14, 2010* -
## math

The sample mean to be calculated from a random sample of size n= 4 from a population consistsof eight measurements (2, 6, 9, 12, 25, 29, 39, 50) . find the sampling distribution of y y .(hint : there are 70 samplesof size 4 when sampling from a population

*asked by heba on November 13, 2010* -
## Math check

Consider the binomial random variable x with n = 30 and p = 0.85. (a) Find the mean. (Give your answer correct to one decimal place.) 25.5 . (b) Find the standard deviation. (Give your answer correct to two decimal places.) 30.85

*asked by Nora 511 on June 6, 2013* -
## communication

Let X,Y be discrete random variables related as Y=g(X), where g is a deterministic function. The ordering of their entropies satisfies H(X)≤H(Y), equality holds if g is a one to one mapping H(X)≥H(Y), equality holds if g is a one to one mapping

*asked by digital communication on August 8, 2018* -
## math

A basket at a baby shower contains 8 bottles of pink nail polish numbered 1 through 8, and 9 bottles of red nail polish numbered 1 through 9. One bottle is drawn from the basket at random.

*asked by Anonymous on December 17, 2016* -
## Statistics

among customers- 70% buy popcorn, 40% buy ice cream, and 25% by both. Suppose you pick one customer at random. Find the probability the customer buys popcorn or ice cream.

*asked by Jasmine on June 15, 2012* -
## statistics

Suppose that 65% of all California State students own a motorcycle. A random sample of 100 CS students is surveyed and 61% indicate that they own a motorcycle. a. What is the value of the population percent given to you in the problem? b. What is the value

*asked by Rochelle on June 14, 2012* -
## statistics

The diameters of apples in a certain orchard are normally distributed with a mean of 4.77 inches and a standard deviation of 0.43 inches. Show all work. (A) What percentage of the apples in this orchard is larger than 4.71 inches? (B) A random sample of

*asked by Valerie on November 3, 2010* -
## statistics

A standardized third grade reading test, called the We Can Read Test, has a mean of 50 with a standard deviation of 10. A developmental psychologist conducts a study, where he assesses the reading ability of a random sample of 75 third graders using the We

*asked by Lee on April 15, 2014* -
## statistics

A standardized third grade reading test, called the We Can Read Test, has a mean of 50 with a standard deviation of 10. A developmental psychologist conducts a study, where he assesses the reading ability of a random sample of 75 third graders using the We

*asked by Lee on April 16, 2014* -
## Probabilities

A group of 5 people are going to meet weekly at the library for 4 weeks. Each week, two people are selected at random to speak. Each person may speak in multiple weeks, but no pair of people will speak together more than once. The probability that there is

*asked by Anna on April 1, 2013* -
## maths

A group of 5 people are going to meet weekly at the library for 4 weeks. Each week, two people are selected at random to speak. Each person may speak in multiple weeks, but no pair of people will speak together more than once. The probability that there is

*asked by stranger on April 1, 2013* -
## maths

A group of 5 people are going to meet weekly at the library for 4 weeks. Each week, two people are selected at random to speak. Each person may speak in multiple weeks, but no pair of people will speak together more than once. The probability that there is

*asked by stranger on April 2, 2013* -
## government

the best example of the use of random sampling to determine who will be elected as your school president would involve a. asking each student in your class whom he or she would vote for b. asking one student in each classroom whom he or she would vote for

*asked by jere on December 27, 2007* -
## statistics

The process that produces Sonora Bars (a type of candy) is intended to produce bars with a mean weight of 55 gm. The process standard deviation is known to be 0.77 gm. A random sample of 49 candy bars yields a mean weight of 55.82 gm. Find the test

*asked by Anonymous on April 22, 2014* -
## Econ

The process that produces Sonora Bars (a type of candy) is intended to produce bars with a mean weight of 55 gm. The process standard deviation is known to be 0.77 gm. A random sample of 49 candy bars yields a mean weight of 55.82 gm. Find the test

*asked by alex on April 22, 2014* -
## College Math

Suzan sees a bag of marbles, she grabs a handful at random. She has seen a bag containing three red marbles, four green ones, five white ones, and one purple one. She grabs seven of them. Find the probability of the following event, expressing it as a

*asked by Anonymous on November 21, 2016* -
## statistics

The diameters of apples in a certain orchard are normally distributed with a mean of 4.77 inches and a standard deviation of 0.43 inches. Show all work. (A) What percentage of the apples in this orchard is larger than 4.71 inches? (B) A random sample of

*asked by Laynette on September 3, 2011* -
## math

The digits 2, 4, 6, 8 and 0 are used to make five-digit numbers with no digits repeated. What is the probability that a number chosen at random from these numbers has the property that the digits in the thousands place and ten's place are each larger than

*asked by Alex on December 12, 2018* -
## math finite

Assume that there are 7 different issues of Newsweek, 8 different issues of Time, and 4 different issues of Sports Illustrated, including the December 1st issue, on the rack. You choose 4 of them at random. (1) What is the probability that you choose 2

*asked by victoria on February 21, 2012* -
## statistics

A box contains 10 items, of which 3 are defective and 7 are non-defective. Two items are randomly selected, one at a time, with replacement, and x is the number of defectives in the sample of two. Explain why x is a binomial random variable. & For the

*asked by sharon on December 26, 2017* -
## Math

The diameters of grapefruits in a certain orchard are normally distributed with a mean of 5.52 inches and a standard deviation of 0.46 inches (A) What percentage of the grapefruits in this orchard is larger than 5.45 inches? (B) A random sample of 100

*asked by Michael on October 29, 2012* -
## stats

The life of tires manufactured by Omega Tires Inc is believed to be normally distributed with a mean of 110,000 km and a standard deviation of 5,000 km. A random sample of 200 tires is tested . What is the problability of the mean life of this sample being

*asked by Carlos on October 9, 2012* -
## Discrete Math

You have two decks of 26 cards. Each card in each of the two decks has a different letter of the alphabet on it. You pick at random one card from each of the two decks. A vowel is worth 3 points and a consonant is worth 0 points. Let X = the sum of the

*asked by Martin on November 15, 2011* -
## math

on the assumption that IQ's are normally distribited in the population with a mean of 100 and a standard deviation of 20 findbthe proportion of peoples IQ's. what is the probability that a score picked at random will lie above score of 135, lie below score

*asked by quennie on November 22, 2016* -
## statistics

A standardized third grade reading test, called the We Can Read Test, has a mean of 50 with a standard deviation of 10. A developmental psychologist conducts a study, where he assesses the reading ability of a random sample of 75 third graders using the We

*asked by Lee on April 15, 2014* -
## math

A hacker is trying to guess someone's password. The hacker knows (somehow) that the password is 14 characters long, and that each character is either a lowercase letter, (a, b, c, etc), an uppercase letter (A, B, C, etc) or a numerical digit (0, 1, 2, 3,

*asked by john on November 9, 2015* -
## statistics

A new treatment for AIDS is to be tested in a small clinical trial on 15 patients.The proportion p^ who respond to the treatment will be used as an estimate of the proportion p of (potential)responders in the entire population of AIDS patients. If in fact

*asked by todd on February 16, 2008* -
## Business Statistics

The quality control manager at a light bulb factory needs to estimate the mean life of a large shipment of light bulbs. The manufacturer's specifications are that the standard deviations is 100 hours. A random sample of 64 light bulbs indicated a sample

*asked by Tim on September 21, 2015* -
## math

A hacker is trying to guess someone's password. The hacker knows (somehow) that the password is 14 characters long, and that each character is either a lowercase letter, (a, b, c, etc), an uppercase letter (A, B, C, etc) or a numerical digit (0, 1, 2, 3,

*asked by john on November 8, 2015* -
## Statistics

Let x and y be the amounts of time (in minutes) that a particular commuter must wait for a train on two independently selected days. Define a new random variable w by w = x + y, the sum of the two waiting times. The set of possible values for w is the

*asked by Abbey on February 27, 2015* -
## STATISTICS

Here is the problem: (A) Select a random sample of 30 student from our population (we have a data entry to get the sample from). At the 0.05 level of significance is there evidence that the average travel time is greater than 45 minutes? (B) What

*asked by Irina on December 16, 2007* -
## statistics

Fewer young people are driving. In 1983, 87 percent of 19 year-olds had a driver's license. Twenty-five years later that percentage had dropped to 75 percent (University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute website, April 7, 2012). Suppose these

*asked by soni on March 1, 2015* -
## Math

Laurie is holding 6 red cards and 7 black cards. If two cards are selected at random(w/out replacement), what is the probability that the first card selected is red and the second is black?

*asked by Jane on February 27, 2012* -
## Math

A bag contains the two tiles shown. One tile is drawn at random from the bag. The tile is returned to the bag and again a tile is drawn from the bag. What is the sample space for this experiment? A. {L, M} B. {LL, LM, MM} C. {LL, LM, ML, MM} D. {L}

*asked by KD on June 2, 2014* -
## probability statistics

A jar contains 6 red, 7 white, and 7 blue marbles. If a marble chosen at random. Find the following probabilities? A)P(red) B)P(white) C)P(red or blue) D)P(red and white)

*asked by charles on August 10, 2016* -
## Math

there are 3 red marbles , 3 blue marbles and 1 green marble in a bag. A marble is drawn at random from the bag and not replaced. Then a second marble is drawn. What are all the possible outcomes?

*asked by Help on March 4, 2011* -
## math

There are 3 red marbles, 3 blue marbles, and 1 green marble in a bag. A marble is drawn at random from the bag and not replaced. Then a second marble is drawn. What are all the possible outcomes?

*asked by Holden on March 4, 2011* -
## math

which of the following is true of a random sample 1. its the only way to sample a population 2. each member of the sample is a volunteer 3. it is always the easiest way o sample a population 4. Each member of the population has an equal chance of being

*asked by Freaky friday on a monday on April 16, 2018* -
## math

A bag contains 11 red balls, 9 blue balls and x yellow balls. The probabilty of choosing a yellow ball at random is 1/6. What is the probability of not getting a blue ball.

*asked by danial on November 19, 2013* -
## Chemistry help

Hey...I just want to make sure my answers to these questions are correct... 1. d=2.507 g/1.22 mL = 2.054918033 g mL^-1 explain how both the rules for significant figures and the random error calculation (p(d) = +-0.34 g mL^-1) indicate that the digits

*asked by Bryant on January 24, 2007* -
## math

B) A random sample of 16 mid-sized cars tested for fuel consumption gave a mean of 26.4Kilometers per liter with a standard deviation of 2.3 kilometers per liter. i) Assuming that the kilometers per liter given by all mid-sized cars have a normal

*asked by joe on September 27, 2016* -
## stat

the process that produces sonora bars a type of candy is intended to pduce bars with a mean weight of 56 gm. The process standard deviation is known to be 0.77gm. A random sample of 49 candy bars yields a mean weight of 55.82 gm. Test to see wheather the

*asked by christopher on December 11, 2012* -
## college math

Select Two Cards In a board game uses the deck of 20 cards shown. first roll has five birds 2 yellow, 3 red, second roll 5 lions same, third roll five frogs the same, fourth roll has five monkeys the same. Two cards are selected at random from this deck.

*asked by kim on January 18, 2012* -
## Math

What price do farmers get for the peach crops? in the third week of June, a random sample of 40 farming regions gave a sample mean of $6.88 per basket. assume that the standard deviation is known to be $1.92 per basket. find a 90% confidence interval for

*asked by Justina on August 8, 2011* -
## Statistics

A hospital claims that the mean waiting time at its emergency room is 25 minutes. A random sample of 16 patients produced a mean wait time of 27.5 minutes with a standard deviation of 4.8 minutes. Use the 1% level of significance to test is the wait time

*asked by Steven on March 28, 2013* -
## statistics

A shipment of 50 parts contains 12 defective parts. Suppose 3 parts are selected at random, without replacement, from the shipment. What is the probability that all 3 parts are defective?

*asked by blah on December 14, 2015* -
## Finite Math

An urn contains six red balls and five white balls. A sample of 2 balls is selected at random from the urn. What is the probability that at least one of the balls is red?

*asked by Amanda on March 15, 2012* -
## statistics

a bag contains 10 red balls and 7 blue balls.a ball is drawn at random.the probability that ball drawn is red is

*asked by ahsan on October 12, 2015* -
## probability

a bag contains 7 red balls, 4 green balls and 5 yellow balls. what is the probability that 3 balls drawn at random are either green or yellow?

*asked by anuj on March 14, 2012* -
## statistics help please :(

A shipment of 50 parts contains 11 defective parts. Suppose 3 parts are selected at random, without replacement, from the shipment. What is the probability that exactly 2 parts are not defective?

*asked by Izabella on December 15, 2015* -
## Math-Probability

An urn contains four red balls and three white balls. A sample of 2 balls is selected at random from the urn. What is the probability that at least one of the balls is red?

*asked by Emma on March 17, 2012* -
## math

A bag contains 12 red balls and 10 blue balls. A ball is drawn at random. The probability that ball drawn is red is

*asked by fitsum on November 1, 2017* -
## statistics

Consider a random sample of 37 students, and consider the number who graduate in six years. . Find the probability that 20 students in the sample graduate in six years

*asked by Jack on March 20, 2012* -
## Statistics

From random sample of 200 college students, 40 students indicated that they smoke cigarettes. Use the information from the sample to calculate a 95% confidence interval for the population proportion of college students that smoke cigarettes (round to

*asked by Mary on May 18, 2012* -
## math

A bag contains 7 red marbles, 2 blue marbles, and 1 green marble. If a marble is selected at random, what is the probability of choosing a marble that is not blue? I have seen so many different answers on this site to this question and am not sure. I

*asked by m on November 27, 2010* -
## math

In a random sample of 80 ears of corn, farmer Carl finds that 11 of them have worms. Carl claims that less than 20% of all his corn has worms. Test this claim at the 0.05 significance level. (a) What is the test statistic? zp̂ = (b) What is the P-value of

*asked by Kyle on November 21, 2017* -
## math

Suppose that the population of a certain townis made up of 45% of men and 55% of women. Of the men, 40% wear glasses, abd of the women, 20% wear glasses. Given that a person chosen at random from the town wears glasses, what is the probability that the

*asked by Anonymous on April 13, 2011*