Question

- Suppose that a biology class is taught by six different
teachers, simply named A, B, C, D, E, and F. Don is planning on
taking this course from one of these six teachers. He will select
one and only one instructor among A – F. Suppose the likelihood of
taking a course from A – F for Don is .45, .25, .12, .05, .1, and
.03, respectively. What is the probability that Don will take a
course from instructor A or C
*given that*instructors B and D have full classes when he registers, which are unavailable to Don? Determine your answer and explain your reason for this answer.

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