MATH SOLVE

4 months ago

Q:
# The probability distribution shows the probability of the number of prior car accidents for 100 individuals that have put in a claim with an insurance company following an accident.What is the probability that an individual among these 100 represented had less than 3 prior car accidents?Enter your answer, as a decimal

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Answer: 60% of the people in the survey have had less than 3 accidents.

If we are looking for the amount that is less than 3 accidents, we have to add up the percent for the people that had 1 or 2 accidents.

0.35 for 2 accidents plus 0.25 for 1 accident equal 0.6 for both (or 60%).

If we are looking for the amount that is less than 3 accidents, we have to add up the percent for the people that had 1 or 2 accidents.

0.35 for 2 accidents plus 0.25 for 1 accident equal 0.6 for both (or 60%).