exercise01_a - Econ 221 Assignment I Part A In a survey of...

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Econ 221 Assignment I Part A In a survey of top executives, it was found that 46% had either traveled internationally on business or could fluently speak a foreign language. The probability that an executive who had not traveled internationally could speak a foreign language was 10%. It was found that only 4% of the executives had traveled internationally and could speak a foreign language. 1. What is the probability that an executive who speaks a foreign language has not traveled internationally? 2. What is the probability that an executive who has traveled internationally speaks a foreign language fluently? 3. What is the probability that an executive has not traveled internationally? 4. What is the probability that an executive who speaks a foreign language fluently has traveled internationally? 5. What is the probability that an executive does not speak a foreign language fluently? 6. What is the probability that an executive has traveled internationally and could not speak a foreign language fluently? 7.
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This note was uploaded on 12/14/2008 for the course ECON 203 taught by Professor Dastan during the Fall '08 term at Bilkent University.

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exercise01_a - Econ 221 Assignment I Part A In a survey of...

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