Question: Suppose a randomly selected passenger is about to go through

Suppose a randomly selected passenger is about to go through the metal detector at JFK Airport in New York City. Consider the following two outcomes: The passenger sets off the metal detector, and the passenger does not set off the metal detector. Are these two outcomes equally likely? Explain why or why not. If you are to find the probability of these two outcomes, would you use the classical approach or the relative frequency approach? Explain why.

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