A study of children in Caithness,Scotland classified them according to hair color. This table reports percentages based on 5387 children.

Fair=27%

Red=5.3%

Medium=39.7%

Dark=25.8%

Black=2.2%

1. What is the probability that the child will have red hair?

5387/5.3= 1016 will have red hair

2. What is the probability that the child will have either red or fair hair?

5387/32.3=167

3. What is the probability that the child will have neither dark nor black hair?

5387/72=75

4. What is the probability that the child will have Fair, Red, Medium, Dark, or black hair?

5387/100=54

Now thats how I did it, but I think I'm completely wrong. Can anyone please help me?