# Question

The General Social Survey, run annually, asked respondents “Do you have in your home (or garage) any guns or revolvers?” The responses are given in the table. (sda.berkeley.edu/cgi-bin/hsda?harcsda+gssl0)

a) If we select a random person from this sample of 1270 adults, what is the probability that their response will be “No”?

b) What is the probability that their response will be “Don’t know/refused”?

c) Show another way to calculate the probability in part b.

a) If we select a random person from this sample of 1270 adults, what is the probability that their response will be “No”?

b) What is the probability that their response will be “Don’t know/refused”?

c) Show another way to calculate the probability in part b.

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