Question

65%
of aircraft that dissapear while in flighy are discovered. Of the
aircraft discovered, 35 % do not have the locator, where as 75% of
the aircraft that are not discovered also do not habe a locator. if
an aircraft dissapear what is the probability it will discovered
given it does not have a locator

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