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Question: A person is randomly selected from persons


A person is randomly selected from persons working in your state. Consider the two events
A = [Lawyer]
B = [ Driving a new luxury car ]
Given that the person selected drives a new luxury car, would you expect the probability of A to be larger, the same, or smaller than the unconditional probability P (A)? Explain your answer. Are A and B independent according to your reasoning?

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