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Unformatted text preview: color is 0.44 . Calculate the number of blue balls in the second urn? Q.N.4) Suppose A and B are two independent events. Prove that A c and B c are also independent. Note that A c and B c denotes the complements of A and B respectively. Q.N. 5) A total of 46 percent of the voters in a certain city classify themselves as Independents, whereas 30 percent classify themselves as Liberals and 24 percent as Conservatives. In a recent local election, 35 percent of the Independents, 62 percent of the Liberals, and 58 percent of the Conservatives voted. A voter is chosen at random. Given that this person voted in the local election, what is the probability that he/she is a) an Independent? b) a Liberal? c) a Conservative? [Hint: Use Bayes Theorem] 1...
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