Tim applied for a position to two companies P and Q. The probability of being offered a position at P is 0.68 and the probability of being offered a...
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Tim applied for a position to two companies P and Q. The probability

of being offered a position at P is 0.68 and the probability of being offered a position at company Q is 0. 56. Find the probability that Tim is offered a position in both companies. Round your answer to two decimal places.

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