(c) not traveled to either country? has also visited (d) What is the probability that someone Canada? 3. Recall that the driver in problem I has to stop at the train tracks on 15% of work days. If work. If she she has to stop at the tracks, then there is a 40% chance she will be late to doesn't have to stop at the tracks, there is only a 5% chance she is late to work. (a) Draw a tree diagram showing the information you've been given. Include all labels and (b) What is the probability that the driver will be late to work, given that she stopped at the train tracks? (c) What is the probability that the driver has to stop at the train tracks and is late to work? (d) What is the probability that the driver is late to work? (e) The driver is late to work one day. Given this information, find the probability that she had to stop at the tracks. P( and Hint: P(stopped at tracks late to work)-

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(c) not traveled to either country?
has also visited
(d) What is the probability that someone
Canada?
3. Recall that the driver in problem
I has to stop at the train tracks on 15% of work days. If
work. If she
she has to stop at the tracks, then there is a 40% chance she will be late to
doesn't have to stop at the tracks, there is only a 5% chance she is late to work.
(a) Draw a tree diagram showing the information you've been given. Include all labels and
(b) What is the probability that the driver will be late to work, given that she stopped at
the train tracks?
(c) What is the probability that the driver has to stop at the train tracks and is late to
work?
(d) What is the probability that the driver is late to work?
(e) The driver is late to work one day. Given this information, find the probability that she
had to stop at the tracks.
P(
and
Hint: P(stopped at tracks late to work)-

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(c) not traveled to either country? has also visited (d) What is the probability that someone Canada? 3. Recall that the driver in problem I has to stop at the train tracks on 15% of work days. If work. If she she has to stop at the tracks, then there is a 40% chance she will be late to doesn't have to stop at the tracks, there is only a 5% chance she is late to work. (a) Draw a tree diagram showing the information you've been given. Include all labels and (b) What is the probability that the driver will be late to work, given that she stopped at the train tracks? (c) What is the probability that the driver has to stop at the train tracks and is late to work? (d) What is the probability that the driver is late to work? (e) The driver is late to work one day. Given this information, find the probability that she had to stop at the tracks. P( and Hint: P(stopped at tracks late to work)-

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