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Step 1

**a).**

It is given that the odds in favour of event *A *is *n:m*. The probability of event *A* can be derived as follows.

Step 2

**b)**.

It is given that the odds of making a sale on a single call is 2:15.

Let *S* be the event of making a call.

The probability of a successful ...

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