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An issue of Travel + Leisure Golf magazine (May/June, 2005, p. 36) reported several facts about lightning. Here are three of them.
The odds of an individual being struck by lightning in a year in the United States are about 280,000 to 1 (against).
The odds of an individual being struck by lightning in a year in Florida-the state with the most golf courses-are about 80,000 to 1 (against).
About 5% of all lightning fatalities occur on golf courses.
Based on these data, answer the following questions.
a. What is the probability of a person being struck by lightning in a year in the United States? Express your answer as a decimal rounded to eight places.
b. What is the probability of a person being struck by lightning in a year in Florida? Express your answer as a decimal rounded to seven decimal places.
c. If a person dies from being hit by lightning, what are the odds that the fatality did not occur on a golf course?


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