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) There is a 30% chance of rain today and a 40% chance of rain tomorrow. Assume that the event that it rains today is independent of the event that...

a.) There is a 30% chance of rain today and a 40% chance of rain tomorrow. Assume that the event that it rains today is independent of the event that it rains tomorrow. What is the probability that it rains on exactly one of the next two days?


b.) The following table shows U.S. employment figures for 2014, broken down by educational attainment. All numbers are in millions, and represent civilians aged 25 years and over. Those classed as "not in labor force" were not employed nor actively seeking employment.

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Find the probability that a person who had completed high school only and was in the labor force was employed. Round your answer to two decimal places.

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2 comments
  • 0.16 is wrong
    • jasseg12
    • Nov 02, 2018 at 8:46am
  • probability =(33.9+2.2)/209.1=0.17
    • mathtutor1983
    • Nov 02, 2018 at 11:34am

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