Suppose you wanted to evaluate the performance of the three judges in Smallville, Texas: Judge Adams, Judge Brown, and Judge Carter. Over a three-year period in Smallville, Judge Adams saw 24% of the cases, Judge Brown saw 31% of the cases, and Judge Carter saw the remainder of the cases. 4% of Judge Adams' cases were appealed, 7% of Judge Brown's cases were appealed, and 8% of Judge Carter's cases were appealed. (See the case problem on pages 216-218 of your textbook for a similar problem.) Question 3 Given thejudge in a case from this three-year period was not Judge Brown, what is the probability the case was not appealed?

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Suppose you wanted to evaluate the performance of the three judges in Smallville, Texas: Judge Adams, Judge Brown, and Judge Carter. Over a three-year period in
Smallville, Judge Adams saw 24% of the cases, Judge Brown saw 31% of the cases, and Judge Carter saw the remainder of the cases. 4% of Judge Adams' cases were
appealed, 7% of Judge Brown's cases were appealed, and 8% of Judge Carter's cases were appealed. (See the case problem on pages 216-218 of your textbook for a
similar problem.)
Question 3
Given thejudge in a case from this three-year period was not Judge Brown, what is the probability the case was not appealed?
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Suppose you wanted to evaluate the performance of the three judges in Smallville, Texas: Judge Adams, Judge Brown, and Judge Carter. Over a three-year period in Smallville, Judge Adams saw 24% of the cases, Judge Brown saw 31% of the cases, and Judge Carter saw the remainder of the cases. 4% of Judge Adams' cases were appealed, 7% of Judge Brown's cases were appealed, and 8% of Judge Carter's cases were appealed. (See the case problem on pages 216-218 of your textbook for a similar problem.) Question 3 Given thejudge in a case from this three-year period was not Judge Brown, what is the probability the case was not appealed?

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