Suppose that 32% of people have a dog, 27% of people have a cat, and 12% have both.
a) What is the probability that someone owns a dog but not a cat?
b) What is the probability that two independently selected people have cats?
c) What is the probability that two independently selected people have a cat or dog but not both?
d) What is the probability that someone owns neither a dog nor cat?
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Suppose that 32% of people have a dog, 27% of people have a cat, and 12%...
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GHIJKLM Sup, use the probability of a person owning a pet is independent and the probability a person owns a cat is 32% and the probability of a person owning a dog is 28%. The probability of a person owning both a cat and a dog is 15%. a. Find the probability of a person having a cat or a dog. answer: b. Find the probability of a person having neither a cat nor a dog. answer: C. Suppose you...
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