Refer to the Journal of Behavioral Decision Making (Jan. 2007) study of the effect of guilt emotion on how a decision maker focuses on the problem, Exercise. The results (number responding in each category) for the 171 study participants are reproduced in the accompanying table. Suppose one of the 171 participants is selected at random.
a. Given the respondent is assigned to the guilty state, what is the probability that the respondent chooses the stated option?
b. If the respondent does not choose to repair the car, what is the probability of the respondent being in the anger state?
c. Are the events {repair the car} and {guilty state} independent?

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