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The blood types of individuals in society are as follows: A: 30%, B: 25%, AB: 20%, 0: 25%. It is known that the rates of contracting a certain disease according to blood groups are as follows: A: 7%, B: 6%, AB: 7%, 0: 4%. Accordingly, if a person selected by chance is known to have this disease, what is the probability of having blood group O?

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