A survey was conducted to select the most favorable weight of the package of a washing powder. The manufacturing company asked a group of 300 women using their product about their favorite package weight. The following table lists the results:
What is the probability of randomly selecting a woman who prefers the 500 gm package?
The probability of an event is the ratio between the number of outcomes of the event and the number of all possible outcomes in the sample space.
The probability of selecting a woman who prefers the gm package is equal to the number of women in the survey who selected the gm package divided by the total number of women in the survey.