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Mon Jul 01, 2013 4:00 am

Problem in Probability: Solve for $ 20

A woman at a doctor's office has many patients. She is studying two risk factors, A and B.
The woman determines that 60% of people do not have risk factor A.
She also determines that 36% of people do not have risk factor A or B.
If the chance of having risk factor A is independent of the chance of having risk factor B, what is the probability that a randomly selected patient has risk factor A and B?
The solution of this problem is approximately the answer will be 15-16%. For the detailed answer Student Lance provides the best answers in step wise and in conceptual way by experts. Check "Student Lance" for complete answer.

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