Quiz6.3B - person is or is not diagnosed with cancer: Event...

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Quiz 6.3B AP Statistics Name: In building new homes, a contractor finds that the probability of a homebuyer selecting a two-car garage is 0.70 and of selecting a one-car garage is 0.20. (Note that the builder will not build a three- car or larger garage.) 1. What is the probability that the buyer will select either a one-car or a two-car garage? 2. Find the probability that the buyer will select no garage. 3. Find the probability that the buyer will not want a two-car garage. Researchers are interested in the relationship between cigarette smoking and lung cancer. Suppose an adult male is randomly selected from a particular population. Assume that the following table shows some probabilities involving the compound event that the individual does or does not smoke and the
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Unformatted text preview: person is or is not diagnosed with cancer: Event Probability smokes and gets cancer .08 smokes and does not get cancer .22 does not smoke and gets cancer .04 does not smoke and does not get cancer .74 Suppose further that the probability that the randomly selected individual is a smoker is .25. 4. Find the probability that the individual gets cancer, given that he is a smoker. 5. Find the probability that the individual does not get cancer, given that he is a smoker. 6. Find the probability that the individual gets cancer, given that he does not smoke. 7. Find the probability that the individual does not get cancer, given that he does not smoke. Chapter 6...
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