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(EC ∪ FC ∪ GC).P(EC ∪ FC ∪ GC) = 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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Let E, F and G be three events in S with P(E) = 0.37, P(F) = 0.56, P(G) = 0.54, P(EF) = 0.18, P(EG) = 0.25, P(FG) = 0.23, and P(EFG) = 0.11. Find P(ECFCGC).
P(ECFCGC) =

 

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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