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**gyanboss** a certain city has a milk and newspaper home delivary services. it is estimated that 74% of the household order milk and 58% order newspapers. of those who order milk, 77% also order newspapers. what is the proportion of households

question 1) order both milk and newspaper? Mr F says: It's easier to work in probabilities. Pr(M and N) = (0.74)(0.77) = .....

question 2) order atleast one of the two? Mr F says: Pr(M or N) = Pr(M) + Pr(N) - Pr(M and N) = ....

quetion 3) order neither milk nor newspaper? Mr F says: 1 - answer for question 2)

quetion 4) are the events ordering milk and newspapers independent? give reasons Mr F says: Does Pr(M) Pr(N) = Pr(M and N) .....?

could some one help me as am new to probability but i needed to do this.

i dont know how to start