the question is. given A-Paid credit card, B- paid cash, C- women's wear purchased, D- mens wear purchased, E linens purchased. Probability of each:...
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# the question is. given A-Paid credit card, B- paid cash, C- women's wear purchased, D- mens wear purchased, E

linens purchased. Probability of each: P(A)=.69, P(B)= .31, P(C)= .37, P(D)=.19, P(E)=.27

Find P(A Intersection C)- Translate into business terms- Probability that a transaction was paid for by credit card or women's wear was purchased, or both

Answer: P(A)+ P(C)- P(A Intersection C)= .69+ .37 - .35 = .71

My Question- How did they get .35 for P(A Intersection C) ?

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