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IM2.9.3 Fried Freddy's

Author:
Lind, Jon
Luckily, Freddy uses a computer to take orders each day so Tyrell had lots of data to pull from. After determining the average number of customers Freddy serves each day, Tyrell created the following Venn diagram to show Freddy the food preference of his customers:
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1. Shade the part(s) of the diagram that represents the customers who would order fish.
2. Shade the part of the diagram that would represent people who order grilled chicken.

If A=Fish and B=Fried, write the following in probability notation and find the probability using the Venn diagram. The first one is completed as an example. 3. What is the probability that a randomly selected customer would order fish? Answer: P(A)=0.35 4. What is the probability that a randomly selected customer would order fried fish? 5. What is the probability that a person prefers fried chicken?  6. What is the estimated probability that a randomly selected customer would want their fish grilled? 7. If Freddy serves 100 meals at lunch on a particular day, how many orders of fish should he prepare with his famous fried recipe? 8. What is the probability that a randomly selected person would choose fish or fried? 9. What is the probability that a randomly selected person would NOT choose fish or fried?