calculate the probability that a randomly selected student is a

male. there are 16 males and a total of 57 students in the class. I

think it is 16/57 which is 0.2807 but i am not sure I have set up

the problem right.

Calculate the probability that a randomly selected student is

between 31-35 years of age, there are 8 out of the 57 students. how

do I set up this problem.

calculate the probability that a randomly selected student is

female between 60-65 inches tall, there are 24 out of the 57.How do

i set up this problem.

calculate the probability that a randomly selected student was born

in an even month, well there are 22 even months out of the 57

students /months. how do I set this problem up.

Calculate the probability that a randomly selected student weighs

between 161-180 pounds, if they are a female, there are 7 out of

the 57 students. how do I set this problem up.

also calculate the probability , is a female if they are at most 30

years of age, there are 27 out of the 57. I just want to know how

to figure these probability questions out. I really need yo know as

soon as possible please help me. Thank you Angel

male. there are 16 males and a total of 57 students in the class. I

think it is 16/57 which is 0.2807 but i am not sure I have set up

the problem right.

Calculate the probability that a randomly selected student is

between 31-35 years of age, there are 8 out of the 57 students. how

do I set up this problem.

calculate the probability that a randomly selected student is

female between 60-65 inches tall, there are 24 out of the 57.How do

i set up this problem.

calculate the probability that a randomly selected student was born

in an even month, well there are 22 even months out of the 57

students /months. how do I set this problem up.

Calculate the probability that a randomly selected student weighs

between 161-180 pounds, if they are a female, there are 7 out of

the 57 students. how do I set this problem up.

also calculate the probability , is a female if they are at most 30

years of age, there are 27 out of the 57. I just want to know how

to figure these probability questions out. I really need yo know as

soon as possible please help me. Thank you Angel

## Answer

I'm assuming that each of your questions is a separate entity and

not related to the other questions...aka, single event

probabilities.

For every single thing listed, all it is is the number of correct

answers divided by the total number of answers. For your first one,

16/57, that is correct. For the next it is 8/57, then 24/57, 22/57,

etc. It isn't any more complicated because the question gives you

the number of students that fulfill the requirement, which means

its just a simple percentage (like your first answer, 16/57, which

is 28.07%).