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As given information;   out of 4135respondents, 2976 worried about the future in which robots and computers can do many human jobs, 2778 are worried about the development of algorithms that can evaluate and hire job candidates; and 2235 are worried about the development of driverless vehicles.   Let X1 be the random variable such that the number of respondents worried about the future in which robots and computers can do many human jobs.   Let X2 be the random variable such that the number of respondents worried about the development of algorithms that can evaluate and hire job candidates.   Let X3 be the random variable such that the number of respondents worried about the development of driverless vehicles.   N : Total number of respondents.   a)   The sa ... See the full answer