If f and t are the events that a one car driver in a

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3.If Fand Tare the events that a one-car driverin a certain age bracket will drive a Ford or a Toyota, and P(F) = 0.34and P(T) = 0.08, find the probabilities that such a person will: (a) not drive a Ford (b) drive either a Ford or a Toyota (c) drive neither a Ford nor a Toyota. 4.An article in Womens Weeklyasked 40 randomly selected women to rank their husband from rotten to excellent. The results are summarized in the table below: Rating Number of Women Excellent Very Good Good Mediocre Rotten 24 Total 40 What percentage of women rated their husband as (a) excellent? (b) at least good? (c) rotten? 5.Suppose that P(A) = 0.30, P(B) = 0.50 (a)If A and Bare mutually exclusive, what is the probability of A or B(b)If A and Bare independent, find the probability of A or B? Hint: Find P(A and B) first. (c)FindP(A | B), if A and Bare independent. 6.Brendan recently graduated from the BCIT Accounting program. He hasnt found a job yet so he spends a lot of time working out at the gym and taking Zoomba dance classes. He is looking very buff so he decides to apply for a job working as a male dancer at two downtown clubs - the Foxy Lady and Thunder from Down Under. 2 3 5 6 ?

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