Out of 100 customers, 52 buy a shirt, 44 buy a tie and 30 buy both. Determine the probability that a customer who has bought a shirt will also buy a tie?
ANS = .58.
So the end it states SHIRT AND TIE?? so it's a multiplication probability?
I was using P(A and B) = P(A) + P(B) - P(A and B)
.52 + .44 - (.3) = .66
BUT MY guess that is wrong. I think it's a two step process. BUT have no clue.
Any help would be apprecaited. Thanks
I was thinking that formula, but thought it was wrong. Thank you for the help. I understand it now.
The wording for me is tricky, as I have a technology math mind, and this stats sure throws me for a loop on different thinking.