The accompanying table shows the results from a test for a certain disease. Find the probability of selecting a subject with a negativenegative test​ result, given that the subject hashas the disease. What would be an unfavorable consequence of this​ error?     The individual actually had the disease     YesYes NoNo   PositivePositive 330330 55   NegativeNegative 1515 11951195   The probability is nothing. ​(Round to three decimal places as​ needed.) What would be an unfavorable consequence of this​ error?     A. The subject would experience needless stress and additional testing.   B. The test would be shown to be not effective.   C. The subject would not receive treatment and could spread the disease.   D. The test would be shown to be not reliable.

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The accompanying table shows the results from a test for a certain disease. Find the probability of selecting a subject with a
negativenegative
test result, given that the subject
hashas
the disease. What would be an unfavorable consequence of this error?
 
 
The individual actually had the disease
 
 
YesYes
NoNo
 
PositivePositive
330330
55
 
NegativeNegative
1515
11951195
 
The probability is
nothing.
(Round to three decimal places as needed.)
What would be an unfavorable consequence of this error?
 
 
A.
The subject would experience needless stress and additional testing.
 
B.
The test would be shown to be not effective.
 
C.
The subject would not receive treatment and could spread the disease.
 
D.
The test would be shown to be not reliable.

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