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drogaid1d8 2022-11-16

## How to calculate the diversity index, the probability that two people chosen at random are of different races or ethnicities?The United States Census Bureau started releasing the results of the latest census. Among many other pieces of information, the bureau recoded the race or ethnicity of the residents of every county in every state. From these results the bureau calculated a 'diversity index,' which measures the probability that two people chosen at random are of different races or ethnicities. The census determined that in a county in Wisconsin, 83% of its residents are white, 8% are black, and 9% are Asian. Calculate the diversity index for this county.

Filloltarninsv9p 2022-11-14

## There are $115,226,802$ households in the US. $58$% of households have at least $1$ musician. $43$% have $2$ or more musicians. How many musicians are there?

sbrigynt7b 2022-11-11

## The action for this problem takes place in an island of Knights and Knaves, where Knights always make true statements and Knaves always make false statements and everybody is either a Knight or a Knave. Two friends A and B lives in a house. The census taker (an outsider) knocks on the door and it is opened by A. The census taker says ''I need information about you and your friend. Which, if either of you, is a Knight and which, if either of you, is a Knave?" "We are both Knaves" says A angrily and slams the door. What, if any thing can the census taker conclude?a.A is a Knight and B is a Knave.b.A is a Knave and B is a Knight.c.Both are Knaves.d.Both are Knights.e.No conclusion can be drawn.Not able to grasp it please someone help me

InjegoIrrenia1mk 2022-11-07