3) In a survey, 46,281 women were asked how many children they had. The results were as follows. a) P(Sampled woman has exactly 4 children)? b) P(Sampled woman has more

than 3 children)? c) Assume this is a simple random sample of U.S. women. Use the Empirical Method to estimate the probability that a woman has more than seven children. d) Using a cutoff of 0.05, is it unusual for a woman in the survey to have no children?

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