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Asked Feb 21, 2019

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If the probability that a vaccine you took will protect you from getting the flu is 0.922 , what is the probability that you will get the flu ?

probability that you will get the flu =

Step 1

The sum of probabilities of different cases of a scenario is always 1.

Here after taking the vaccine, there are two cases:

1. May get flu

2. May not get flu.

So the sum of probabilities of the cases must ...

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