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From the previous problem, there is an 80% chance of snow. If it snows, there is a 10% chance of Todd walking to

the store. If it doesn't snow, there is a 60% chance of Todd walking to the store. For walking in the snow, (P(snow∩walk) = 0.08. For walking with no snow, P(nosnow∩walk) =.12. The P(walk) = 0.08 + P(nosnow∩walk). If Todd walks to the store, what is the chance that it was snowing? (Use Bayesian Theory)

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