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Reporter D. McGinn discussed the changing demographics for successful chief executive officers (CEOs) of America's top companies in the article, "Fresh Ideas" (Newsweek, June 13, 2005, pp. 42-46). The following frequency distribution reports the highest education level achieved by Standard and Poor's top 500 CEOs.
Level Frequency
No college ........ 14
B.S./B.A. ........ 164
M.B.A. ........ 191
J.D. ........... 50
Other .......... 81
Find the probability that a randomly selected CEO from Standard and Poor's top 500 achieved the educational level of
a. B.S./B.A.
b. Either M.B.A. or J.D.
c. At least some college.


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