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Asked Sep 9, 2019

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Let *E*, *F* and *G* be three events in *S* with *P*(*E*) = 0.37, *P*(*F*) = 0.56, *P*(*G*) = 0.54, *P*(*E* ∩ *F*) = 0.18, *P*(*E* ∩ *G*) = 0.25, *P*(*F* ∩ *G*) = 0.23, and *P*(*E* ∩ *F* ∩ *G*) = 0.11. Find *P*(*E*^{C} ∪ *F*^{C} ∪ *G*^{C}).*P*(*E*^{C} ∪ *F*^{C} ∪ *G*^{C}) =

I got .08 but it's saying it is wrong even though I found all the regions and subtracted it from 1.

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