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Unformatted text preview: There is no barn in the film. The subjects are then asked a series of questions about the film. Half of the subjects are asked How fast was the car moving when when it passed the barn? The other half is not asked the question. Later, both groups are asked Was there a barn in the film?. 17% of the first group respond yes. Only 3% of the first group respond yes. What is the probability that a randomly selected participant claims to have seen the barn. Is claiming to see the barn independent of being asked the first question about the barn?...
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- Spring '11