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In a poll, gymnasts were asked, "How many seconds long was your longest handstand on the balance beam?" Use the results below. Find P(6 - 30 seconds).

$\begin{matrix} \text{Duration (seconds)} & \text{0-2} & \text{3-5} & \text{6-10} & \text{11-20} & \text{21-30} & \text{31-60} & \text{>60} & \text{Total}\\ \text{Number of Respondents} & \text{14} & \text{27} & \text{19} & \text{18} & \text{13} & \text{15} & \text{24} & \text{130}\\ \end{matrix}$

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1 of 5The given data below showed the result of a poll where gymnasts were asked the highest number of seconds that they're able to perform their longest handstand on a balance beam.

Now, we are to determine the probability of respondents having a duration of 6 to 30 seconds.

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