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# In a Certain Group of 15 Students, 5 Have Graphics Calculators and 3 Have a Computer at Home (One Student Has

Both). Two of the Students Drive Themselves to College Each Day and Neither of Them Has a Graphics Calculator Nor a Computer at Home. A Student is Selected at Random from the Group.

a)     Find the Probability that the Student Either Drives to College or Has a Graphics Calculator.

b)    Show that the Events "the Student Has a Graphics Calculator" and "the Student has a Computer at Home" are Independent.

Let G Represent the Event "the Student Has a Graphics Calculator"

H Represent the Event "the Student Has a Computer at Home"

D Represent the Event "the Student Drives to College Each Day"

Represent the Information in this Question by a Venn Diagram. Use the Above Venn Diagram to Answer the Questions.

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