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===Problem 1===<br />
A professor who teaches 500 students in an introductory psychology course reports that 250 of the students have taken at least one introductory statistics course, and the other 250 have not taken any statistics courses. 200 of the students were freshmen, and the other 300 students were not freshmen. Exactly 50 of the students were freshmen who had taken at least one introductory statistics course. If you select one of these psychology students at random, what is the probability that the student is not a freshman and has never taken a statistics course?<br />
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:''(a) 30%''<br />
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:''(b) 40%''<br />
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:''(c) 50%''<br />
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:''(d) 60%''<br />
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:''(e) 20%''<br />
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