# Question

The data in the following table show the results of a national study of 137,243 U.S. men that investigated the association between cigar smoking and death from cancer.
(a) If an individual is randomly selected from this study, what is the probability that he died from cancer?
(b) If an individual is randomly selected from this study, what is the probability that he was a current cigar smoker?
(c) If an individual is randomly selected from this study, what is the probability that he died from cancer and was a current cigar smoker?
(d) If an individual is randomly selected from this study, what is the probability that he died from cancer or was a current cigar smoker?

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