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A human resources department manager is tallying recent statistics regarding the relationship between an applicant being offered a job and the applicant having a job interview. Of 200 people applying for a job, 10 had an interview. Of those who had an interview, 7 are offered a job. If an applicant was not interviewed, he or she did not have an opportunity to get the job. Fill in the two-way frequency table below.
 

                      Job    No Job    Total

Interview         7                        10

No Interview    0  

Total                7                        200


What is the probability (rounded to the nearest whole percent) that an applicant does not get a job if he or she has an interview?

 A:2%

 B:30%

 C:3%

 D:34%

Guest Apr 24, 2018
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"A human resources department manager is tallying recent statistics regarding the relationship between an applicant being offered a job and the applicant having a job interview. Of 200 people applying for a job, 10 had an interview. Of those who had an interview, 7 are offered a job. If an applicant was not interviewed, he or she did not have an opportunity to get the job. Fill in the two-way frequency table below."
 

                      Job    No Job    Total

Interview         7            3           10

No Interview    0         190         190

Total                7          193         200


"What is the probability (rounded to the nearest whole percent) that an applicant does not get a job if he or she has an interview?"

 

Interview but No Job/Interview Total

3/10 or 30%

Alan  Apr 24, 2018

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