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In Exercises 6–10, use the following results from tests of an experiment to test the effectiveness of an experimental vaccine for children ( based on data from USA Today). Express all probabilities in decimal form

Find the probability of randomly selecting 1 of the subjects and getting 1 who developed flu, given that the subject was given the vaccine treatment.

Step 1

The total number of childrenfor ‘an experiment to test the effectiveness of an experimental vaccine’ is obtained as shown below in Table (1).

Step 2

Let event *A* denote the probability of getting a child who had vaccine treatment and event *B* denote the probability of getting a child who had developed flu.

**Probability:**

The formula for probability of event *A* is,

Step 3

The formula for probability of event ...

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