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1. Walt Disney world collects data regarding the guests in the park on a particular day: 17% of the guests are annual pass holders. - of those who are annual pass holders,63% are staying at Disney resort. - of those who are NOT annual pass holders, 28% are staying at a Disney resort.

a. If a guest is selected at random, what is the probability that the guest is an annual pass holder who is staying at a Disney resort?

b. If a guest is selected at random, what is the probability that the guest is NOT an annual pass holder and NOT staying at a Disney resort?

c. If a guest is selected at random, what is the probability that the guest is NOT staying at the Disney Resort?

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1. Walt Disney world collects data regarding the guests in the
park on a particular day: 17% of the guests are annual pass
holders. - of those who are annual pass holders,63% are staying at
Disney resort. - of those who are NOT annual pass holders, 28% are
staying at a Disney resort.
a. If a guest is selected at random, what is the probability
that the guest is an annual pass holder who is staying at a Disney
resort?...

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