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the probabilty that a person has a motorcycle, given that she owns a car 25%. the percentage of people owing a motorcycle is 15% and that who own a car is 35%. find probabilty that a person owns any one or both of those

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Answer to a math question the probabilty that a person has a motorcycle, given that she owns a car 25%. the percentage of people owing a motorcycle is 15% and that who own a car is 35%. find probabilty that a person owns any one or both of those

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P(A|B) = \frac 0,25 = \frac P (A \cap B ) = 0,25\times 0,35 P (A \cap B ) =0,0875 P (A \cup B) = P(A) P(B) - P(A \cap B) = 0,15 0,35 - 0,0875 = 0,4125

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