A police department needs new tires for its patrol cars. the probabilities that it will be any brands A,B,C or D are 0.24, 0.18, 0.28 & 0.30 resply. find the probability that it will be any of the brands A or C
A police department needs new tires for its patrol cars. the probabilities that it will be any brands A,B,C or D are 0.24, 0.18, 0.28 & 0.30 resply. find the probability that it will be any of the brands A or C
Hi Zandra,
You can use the following to figure it out:
$\displaystyle Pr(A \text{ or } B)=Pr(A)+Pr(B)-Pr(A \text{ and } B)$
A police department needs new tires for its patrol cars. the probabilities that it will be any brands A,B,C or D are 0.24, 0.18, 0.28 & 0.30 resply. find the probability that it will be any of the brands A or C
A police department needs new tires for its patrol cars. the probabilities that it will be any brands A,B,C or D are 0.24, 0.18, 0.28 & 0.30 resply. find the probability that it will be any of the brands A or C