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**jax760** Okay I have an answer for this one, but it just seems to easy , Can somone tell me if I did this right. I feel like theres more to solving the problem then what I did. Heres the problem:

The table below gives the probabilities of combinations of religion and political parties in a major U.S city.

__Political parites__ __Protestant (A)__ __Catholic (B)__ __Jewish (C)__ __Other(D)__

Democrat (*E) .35 .10 .03 .02*

Republican ( *F) .27 .09 .02 .01*

Independent (*G) .05 .03 .03 .01*

*What* is the probability that a randomly selected person would be a democrat who was not jewish?

*The probability I got was .47, all I did was p(.35)+p(.10)+p(.02)= .47*

but it just seems to easy.