19 July, 07:18
In a group of 60 students, 21 take math, 20 take psychologies, and 8 take both math and psychology. If one student is selected at random, find the probability that student takes math or psychology.
19 July, 07:54
They want the probability that one chosen at random will be taking math or psych. You will add up 21, 20, and 8 bc those students if theyre chosen r taken psych or math so the prob of randomly choosing one would be 49/60 which equals. 816667 or. 82
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