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The accompanying table shows the numbers of male and female students in a particular country who received​ bachelor's degrees in business in a recent year. complete parts​ (a) and​ (b) below. business degrees nonbusiness degrees total male 189131 634650 823781 female 169539 885329 1054868 total 358670 1519979 1878649 (a) find the probability that a randomly selected student is male​, given that the student received a business degree. the probability that a randomly selected student is​ male, given that the student received a business​ degree, is nothing. ​(round to three decimal places as​ needed.) ​(b) find the probability that a randomly selected student received a business​ degree, given that the student is female. the probability that a randomly selected student received a business​ degree, given that the student is​ female, is nothing. ​(round to three decimal places as​ needed.)
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