Question 5Select one answer.10 points When filling out the 2000 Census, people could choose one…

Question 5Select one answer.10 points When filling out the 2000 Census, people could choose one of fouroptions to describe their marital status. Data from the 2000 Censuswere used to compute the following probabilities. What is the probability that a randomly selected U.S. adult isdivorced? 0.902 0.098 0.166 0.337 Question 6Select one answer.10 points Consider the probability distribution of X, where X is the number ofjob applications completed by a college senior through the CareerCenter before getting a job.XP(X) 00.002 10.011 2 3 0.115 0.123 40.144 5 6 7 0.189 0.238 0.178 WWhat is the probability that a randomly selected college seniorwho uses the career center completed at most three jobapplications? 0.123 0.251 0.877 0.872 Question 7Select one answer.10 points The data reflects student enrollment at a college in SouthernCalifornia.Traditional math pathway Accelerated mathpathway Row totals Female 1244 116 1360 Male 1054 54 1108 Column totals 2298 170 2468 We want to determine if the probability that a student enrolls in anaccelerated math pathway is independent of whether the student isfemale. Which of the following pairs of probabilities is NOT a usefulcomparison? 1360/2468 and 116/170 170/2468 and 116/1360 1360/2468 and 170/2468