Asked by maddy 3 years ago

Consider a company that selects employees for random drug tests. The company uses a computer to randomly select employee numbers that range from 1 to 6061. Find the probability of selecting a number less than 1000. Find the probability of selecting a number greater than 1000.

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Answered by moduloP 3 years ago

Employee number's less than a thousand are all those whose numbers are 1-999, or 999 employee numbers. The probability is then,

$$P(\text{employee #} \lt 1000) = \frac{999}{6061} \approx 0.165$$

Again the employee numbers that are greater than a thousand are all those numbers 1001 through 6061,

$$P(\text{employee #} \gt 1000) = \frac{6061-1001}{6061} \approx 0.835$$

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