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# Finding Complements. In Exercise, find the indicated

## Problem 13BSC Chapter 4.3

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Problem 13BSC

Finding Complements. In Exercise, find the indicated complements.

Whatever A Marist poll survey showed that 47% of respondents chose “whatever” as the most annoying phrase used in conversation. What is the probability of randomly selecting someone choosing something different from “whatever” as the most annoying phrase in conversation?

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