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Fortyeight percent of all Californians registered voters prefer life in prison without parole over the death penalty for a person convicted of firstdegree murder. Among Latino California registered voters, $55 \%$ prefer life in prison without parole over the death penalty for a person convicted of firstdegree murder. $37.6 \%$ of all Californians are Latino.
In this problem, let's:

$C$ = Californians (registered voters) prefer life in prison without parole over the death penalty for a person convicted of firstdegree murder.

$L=$ Latino Californians
Suppose that one Californian is randomly selected.
Find $P(L)$.
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VerifiedIn this task, we need to find the probability of event $L$. The given is that the $48\%$ of all Californians registered voters prefer life in prison without parole over the death penalty for a person convicted of firstdegree murder. $55\%$ of all Latino Californians registered voters prefer life in prison without parole over the death penalty for a person convicted of firstdegree murder. $37.6\%$ of all Californians are Latino. The given events are:
 C  Californians prefer life in prison without parole over the death penalty for a person convicted of firstdegree murder;
 L  Latino Californians.
We randomly select one Californian.
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