< >Gwebassign.netHomework #3, Ch. 6 – Statistics 213, section 1, Spring 2020 | WebAssignCUNY, Hunter College – CHEM 104 – Spring20 – KOBKO: Topic 6 Extra Credit-/4 pointsPODSTAT5 6.E.031.My NotesAsk Your Teacher VThe article “Chances Are You Know Someone with a Tattoo, and He’s Not a Sailor” included results from a survey of adults aged 18 to 50. The accompanying data are consistent with summary valuesgiven in the article.At Least One Tattoo No TattooAge 18-29240260Age 30-50440Assuming these data are representative of adult Americans and that an adult American is selected at random, use the given information to estimate the following probabilities.a) P(tattoo)(b) P(tattoo | age 18-29)(c) P(tattoo | age 30-50)(d) P(age 18-29 | tattoo)Need Help? Read It Talk to a TutorSubmit AnswerPractice Another VersionAsk Your Teacher V-/11 points VPODSTAT5 6.E.032.My NotesThe accompanying data are from an article. Each of 312 people who purchased a Honda Civic was classified according to gender and whether the car purchased had a hybrid engine or not.HybridNot HybridMaleFemaleSuppose one of these 312 individuals is to be selected at random.MacBook Pro