Question

75%
of students watch The Simpsons and 50% watch Family Guy. Among the
students who watch Family Guy, 80% watch The Simpsons.

A) what is the proability randomly selected student watches
neither

B) what is the proability randomly selected student watches
both shows

C) randomly selected student watches The Simpsons, what is the
probability that they watch Family Guy

D) are these independent events? Explain

Answer #1

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