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**Danneedshelp** Q: A study of the residents of a region showed that 20% were smokers. The probability of death due to lung cancer, given that a person smoked, was ten times the probability of death due to lung cancer, given that the person did not smoke. If the probability of death due to lung cancer in the region is .006, what is the probability of death due to lung cancer given that the person is a smoker?

I tried to use Baye's rule, but had not luck. How do I make use of the fact that P(D|S)=10P(D|S'), where D represents deaths due to lung cancer and S is for smokers.

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