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Suppose your are able to obtain a list of the names of everyone in your school and you want to determine the probability that someone randomly selected from your school has the same first name as you.
a. Assuming you had the time and energy to do it, how would you go about determining that probability? (Assume all names listed are fully spelled out.)
b. Using the method you described in part (a), would your result be a relative-frequency probability or a personal probability? Explain.


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