# Question

4.8Webster Aquatic Center offers various levels of swim lessons year-round. The September 2008 Monday and

Wednesday evening lessons included instructions for Water Babies through Adults. The number in each classification is given in the table that follows.

Swim Lesson Types No. of Participants

Water Babies........... 9

Tiny Tots........... 7

Tadpoles........... 6

Level 2........... 11

Level 3........... 10

Level 4........... 9

Level 5........... 3

Adults........... 2

Total........... 57

If one participant is selected at random, find the probability of the following:

a. The participant is in Tiny Tots.

b. The participant is in the Adults lesson.

c. The participant is in a Level 2 to a Level 5 lesson.

Wednesday evening lessons included instructions for Water Babies through Adults. The number in each classification is given in the table that follows.

Swim Lesson Types No. of Participants

Water Babies........... 9

Tiny Tots........... 7

Tadpoles........... 6

Level 2........... 11

Level 3........... 10

Level 4........... 9

Level 5........... 3

Adults........... 2

Total........... 57

If one participant is selected at random, find the probability of the following:

a. The participant is in Tiny Tots.

b. The participant is in the Adults lesson.

c. The participant is in a Level 2 to a Level 5 lesson.

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