1. ## Question 2

Pedestrians Intoxicated?
Yes No
Driver Intoxicated? Yes
No
59 79
266 581

20. Pedestrian Deaths
a. If one of the pedestrian deaths is randomly selected, what is the probability that it involves an intoxicated pedestrian and an intoxicated driver?

Intoxicated pedestrian = _____
Intoxicated driver = ______

Total cases in table = ______

Total cases where the pedestrian and the driver were intoxicated = ___
P = (insert calculations) ___________

The probability that the case involves an intoxicated pedestrian and an intoxicated driver is (state as a probability) ________

b. If two different pedestrian deaths are randomly selected, what is the probability that in both cases, both the pedestrian and the driver were intoxicated?

P = (insert calculations) ___________

If two different pedestrian deaths are randomly selected, the probability that in both cases, both the pedestrian and the driver were intoxicated is _______.

c. If two pedestrian deaths are randomly selected with replacement, what is the probability that in both cases, both the pedestrian and driver were intoxicated?

P = (insert calculations) = ___________

If two pedestrian deaths are randomly selected with replacement, the probability that in both cases, both the pedestrian and driver were intoxicated is _______

d. Compare the results from parts (b) and (c).