SOLUTION: There are 100 employees at Kiddie Carts International. Fifty-seven of the employees are production workers, 40 are supervisors, 2 are secretaries, and the remaining employee is the

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 Question 329230: There are 100 employees at Kiddie Carts International. Fifty-seven of the employees are production workers, 40 are supervisors, 2 are secretaries, and the remaining employee is the president. Suppose an employee is selected: a. What is the probability the selected employee is a production worker? b. What is the probability the selected employee is either a production worker or a supervisor? c. Refer to part (b). Are these events mutually exclusive? d. What is the probability the selected employee is neither a production worker nor a supervisor? Answer by Fombitz(13828)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!a) P(prod)= . . . b) P(prod or super)=P(prod)+P(super)= . . . c)Yes, you're either a production worker or supervisor because . I guess in this place you can't be both. . . . d) Then they must be a secretary or president. P(not prod or super)=P(secr or pres)=P(secr)+P(pres)= You could also have done it this way, P(not prod or super)+P(prod or super)= P(not prod or super)=-P(prod or super) From b) above P(not prod or super)=