Which of the following is an example of the subjective
interpretation of probability?
Last year 8% of the people in your neighborhood were summoned
for jury duty, so you conclude that your probability of being
summoned this year is 0.08. 

One of the 25 students in class will be called on randomly to
answer a question. The probability this will be you is therefore
0.04. 

There are two thousand tickets entered in the raffle. You have
six tickets entered, so your probability of winning the raffle is
6/2000. 

You like chocolate, so you believe there is a .7 probability
that you will enjoy a new candy bar. 