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U.S. Foreign-Born Workers In 2004, there were 20 million foreign-born

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U.S. Foreign-Born Workers In 2004, there were 20 million foreign-born workers in the United States. The circle graph below shows the occupations of those workers.

Occupations of Foreign-Born Workers in the United States: Management/Professional 26%; Service Industries 23%; Production & Transportation 17%; Construction related industries 13%; Other 21% (note that if in a pie-graph there are only 5 sections)

If one foreign-born worker is selected at random, determine the empirical probability the person’s occupation is in:
a) the service industries.
b) construction-related industries.
c) management or is a professional.
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a. 0.23
b. 0.13
c. 0.26

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Susan
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
Could you explain or show how you came to those so I get a better understanding please?
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