1 point) The Canadian Tobacco Monitoring Survey is a national survey administered by Statistics Canada to study smoking trends of Canadians aged 15 or older. The most recent survey found that 19.45% of Canadians aged 15 years or older smoke on a daily basis. In addition, 22% of men are smokers, and 17% of women are smokers. 

The most recent census shows that men make up 49% of the Canadian population, with women making up the remainder. 

You randomly pick a Canadian that is 15 years old or older. What is the probability this person 

Part (a) is male and a smoker? 

Part (b) is a women and not a smoker? 

Part (c) What percentage of smokers are male? 

Part (d) What percentage of smokers are women? %

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