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Let X, Y, Z C U. If Pr(X) 0.19, Pr(Y) 0.33, Pr(Z) 0.45, Pr(Xn Y) 0.07, Pr(Xn Z)
Pr(Y n Z) 0.16, and Pr(X nYnz) = 0.02, find the following values:
0.11,
ddtit
1. Pr(X' n Yn Z')
2. Pr(X' n (Y U Z'))
3. Pr(X')
4. Pr(X' UYU Z')

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Let X, Y, Z C U. If Pr(X) 0.19, Pr(Y) 0.33, Pr(Z) 0.45, Pr(Xn Y) 0.07, Pr(Xn Z) Pr(Y n Z) 0.16, and Pr(X nYnz) = 0.02, find the following values: 0.11, ddtit 1. Pr(X' n Yn Z') 2. Pr(X' n (Y U Z')) 3. Pr(X') 4. Pr(X' UYU Z')

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