# One in 104 individual tax returns will be randomly selected to be audited by the IRS. Determine (a) The probability that an individual tax return will be audited. (b) The odds against an individual tax return being audited.

One in 104 individual tax returns will be randomly selected to be audited by the IRS. Determine

(a) The probability that an individual tax return will be audited.

(b) The odds against an individual tax return being audited.

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## A Survey of Mathematics with Applications

**ISBN:** 978-0134112107

10th edition

**Authors:** Allen R. Angel, Christine D. Abbott, Dennis Runde

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**11**Section: Section 11.2

Problem: 53

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