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StatisticsQ&A LibraryOn the road again According to Exercise 12, the prob-ability that a U.S. resident has traveled to Canada is 0.18, to Mexico is 0.09, and to both countries is 0.04.a) What’s the probability that someone who has traveledto Mexico has visited Canada too?b) Are traveling to Mexico and to Canada disjoint events?Explain.c) Are traveling to Mexico and to Canada independentevents? Explain.Start your trial now! First week only $4.99!*arrow_forward*

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On the road again According to Exercise 12, the prob-

ability that a U.S. resident has traveled to Canada is 0.18,

ability that a U.S. resident has traveled to Canada is 0.18,

to Mexico is 0.09, and to both countries is 0.04.

a) What’s the probability that someone who has traveled

to Mexico has visited Canada too?

b) Are traveling to Mexico and to Canada disjoint events?

Explain.

c) Are traveling to Mexico and to Canada independent

events? Explain.

a) What’s the probability that someone who has traveled

to Mexico has visited Canada too?

b) Are traveling to Mexico and to Canada disjoint events?

Explain.

c) Are traveling to Mexico and to Canada independent

events? Explain.

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