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Smoking and social class (5.3) As the dangers of smoking have become more widely known

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Problem 107

Smoking and social class (5.3) As the dangers of smoking have become more widely known, clear class differences in smoking have emerged. British government statistics classify adult men by occupation as managerial and professional (43% of the population), intermediate (34%), or routine and manual (23%). A survey finds that 20% of men in managerial and professional occupations smoke, 29% of the intermediate group smoke, and 38% in routine and manual occupations smoke.14 (a) Use a tree diagram to find the percent of all adult British men who smoke. (b) Find the percent of male smokers who have routine and manual occupations.

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