# circumstances below, explain (don’t just compute) how you would find these probabilities and what rule you applied to calculate them. If a test taker is randomly selected, what is the probability that the test taker is male?

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February 9, 2018

D1: The following data represent the scores received on the 2015 SAT Mathematics Test, by gender: 200 – 290 33,987 31,462 300 – 390 121,664 142,491 400 – 490 242,281 297,876 500 – 590 230,577 265,340 600 – 690 127,109 130,075 700 – 800 39,184 36,475 For each of the circumstances below, explain (don’t just compute) how you would find these probabilities and what rule you applied to calculate them. If a test taker is randomly selected, what is the probability that the test taker is male If a test taker is randomly selected, what is the probability that the test taker scored between 400 and 690 If a test taker is randomly selected, what is the probability that the test taker is female or scored 700 -800 