Question

The following table contains data from a study of two airlines which fly to Smalltown, USA

on time | late flight | total | |

flaiy air | 21 | 40 | |

UrNxt air | 17 | ||

total | 35 |

Complete the table and find the following probabilities

.a) P (on time)

b) P (Flaiy Air)

c) P (Flaiy Air AND On Time)

c) ( UrNxt Air OR Late)

e) P( Flaiy Air | On Time)

f) P (Late | UrNxt Air)

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