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**chocolatelover** Hi everyone,

Can someone help me with this probability problem, please?

The following frequency distribution reports the higest education level achieved by Standard and Poor's top 500 CEOs.

No college-14

B.S./B.A.-164

M.B.A.-191

J.D.-50

Other-81

find the probability that a randomly selected CEO from Standard and Poor's top 500 achieved the educational level of

a. B.S./B.A.

I thought that I needed to take 164/500, since if you add them all up it equals 500. So, I got .328 Is this correct? If it isn't, can you show me what I need to do, please?

b. either M.B.A. or J.D.

Would I take 191+50/500????

c. at least some college

Would I add up all the numbers except the one for "no college"?

Thank you very much