Since the events that the first horse wins and the second horse wins are

Since the events that the first horse wins and the

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9.Letsbe the probability that the patient selected at random suffers from schizophrenia. Thens+s/3+s/2+s/10=1 which givess=15/29.10.P (AB)1 implies thatP (A)+P (B)P (AB)1.11.
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4 Chapter 1 Axioms of Probability 12.(a)False; toss a die and let 13.A simple Venn diagram shows that the answers are 65% and 10%, respectively.
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