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### WS03-Probability Worksheet III

Course: MATH 115, Fall 2009
School: Arizona
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Wood Probability Math115a and Sets Worksheet #3 Name:_______________________ # Define all random variables used. Use correct mathematical notation. This worksheet is different since you have to calculate the probabilities from data given. Fill in the Venn Diagram with the given values, then answer the questions below. 1. A certain bank has collected the following records on its recent borrowers: 10 borrowers...

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