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Refer to Exercise 4.39. Find

(a) The conditional probability that B occurs given that A occurs.

(b) The conditional probability that B does not occur given that A occurs.

(c) The conditional prob ability that B occurs given that A does not occur.

Data from Exercise 4.39:

Consider the two events.

A = [Obese] B = [Male]

for persons in the age group 20-39 years old. A recent survey by the National Center for Health Statistics suggests the probabilities

P(A) = .36 P(B) = .50 P(AB) = .18

for a randomly selected person.

(a) Enter these probabilities in the following table.

(b) Determine the probabilities of AB, AB, and AB and fill in the table.