ABC Auto Insurance classifies drivers as good, medium, or poor risks. Drivers who apply to them for insurance fall into these three groups in the proportions 30%, 50%, and 20%, respectively. The probability a “good” driver will have an accident is .01, the probability a “medium” risk driver will have an accident is .03, and the probability a “poor” driver will have an accident is .10. The company sells Mr. Brophy an insurance policy and he has an accident. What is the probability Mr. Brophy is: |

a. | A “good” driver? (Round your answers to 3 decimal places.) |

Probability |

b. | A “medium” risk driver? (Round your answers to 3 decimal places.) |

Probability |

c. | A “poor” driver? (Round your answers to 3 decimal places.) |

Probability |

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a) P(good driver/accident) = P(good driver & accident)/P(accident) P(accident occuring) =... View the full answer

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A good driver = 0.3(30/100) A “medium” risk driver =0.5(50/100) A poor”... View the full answer