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In the journal article "The 2003-2004 Russian Elections and Prospects for Democracy" (Europe-Asia Studies, Vol. 57, No. 3, pp. 369-398), R. Sakwa examined the fourth electoral cycle that independent Russia entered in 2003. The following frequency table lists the candidates and numbers of votes from the presidential election on March 14, 2004.
Candidate Votes
Putin, Vladimir .......... 49,565,238
Kharitonov, Nikolai ........ 9,513,313
Glaz’ev, Sergei .......... 2,850,063
Khakamada, Irina ......... 2,671,313
Malyshkin, Oleg ........... 1,405,315
Mironov, Sergei .......... 524,324
Find the probability that a randomly selected voter voted for
a. Putin.
b. Either Malyshkin or Mironov.
c. Someone other than Putin.


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