. never is response and the probability would be— round to the nearest thousandth as needed. 2. response is rarely and the probability would be— round to the nearest thousandth as needed. 3. response is sometimes and the probability would be— round to the nearest thousandth as needed 4. response is most of the time and the probability would be— round to the nearest thousandth as needed. 5. response is always and the probability would be— round to the nearest thousandth as needed. problem #13. Use the pie chart at the right, which shows the number of tulips purchased from a nursery. Find the probability that a tulip bulb chosen at random is red the red tulip bulbs are 30 the probability that a tulip bulb chosen at random is red is— (do not round). problem#14. Use the pie chart at the right, which shows the number of workers (in thousands) by industry for a certain country. Find the probability that a worker chosen at random was not employed in the mining and construction industry. Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting 2981, services 115,861, manufacturing 16,055, and mining and construction 11,103. The probability is—.(round to three decimal places as needed.) problem #15. In gambling, the chances of winning are often written in terms of odds rather than probabilities. The odds of winning is the ratio of the number of successful outcomes to the number of unsuccessful outcomes. The odds of losing is the ratio of the number of successful outcomes is 2 and the number of unsuccessful outcomes is 3, the odds of winning are 2:3 (read “2 to”3) or 2/3. (Note: If the odds of winning are 2/3, the probability of success is 2/5.) The odds of an event occurring are 5:1. Find (a) the probability that the event will occur and (b) the probability that the event will not occur. The probability that the event will occur is—. (type an integer or decimal rounded to the nearest thousandth as needed.) The probability that the event will not occur is—(type an integer od decimal rounded to the nearest thousandth as needed.) problem#16. The chances of winning are often written in terms of odds rather than probabilities. The odds of winning is the ratio of the number of successful outcomes to the number of unsuccessful outcomes. The odds of losing is the ratio of the number of unsuccessful outcomes is 2 and the number of unsuccessful outcomes is 3, the odds of winning are 2:3 (read “2 to 3”) or 2-3. A card is picked at random from a standard deck of 52 playing cards. Find the odds that it is a 2 of spades. The odds that it is a 2 of spades are—:— (Simplify your answer). problem