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**Unformatted text preview: **the population wears dark colored clothing (so that 1- p wears light colored clothing. Let n denote the number of individuals in the population. Then if the risk of becoming a victim with dark clothing is d, and the risk for light colors is l, we would expect in the victims, we would expect npd in dark clothing, and n(1- p)l in light clothing. From which it follows that the proportion among the vict...

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