A sample of 500 respondents was selected in a large metropolitan area to determine information concerning consumer behaviour. The following contingency table was obtained:(show in the picture)A respondent is chosen at random.(a) (8 marks) What is the probability that the respondent:(i) is male;(ii) does not enjoy shopping for clothing;(iii) is male and does not enjoy shopping for clothing;(iv) is female or enjoys shopping for clothing.(b) (3 marks) Assume the respondent chosen enjoys shopping for clothing. What, then, is the probability that the individual is a male?(c) (4 marks) Are enjoying shopping for clothing and gender of the individual statistically independent? Explain your answer carefully.