# Use the data in the following​ table, which lists​ drive-thru order accuracy at popular fast food chains. Assume that orders are randomly selected from those included in the table.  ​Drive-thru Restaurant   ABCD Order Accurate314314278278242242124124 Order Not Accurate3131595937371010 If one order is​ selected, find the probability of getting an order from Restaurant A or an order that is accurate. Are the events of selecting an order from Restaurant A and selecting an accurate order disjoint​ events?The probability of getting an order from Restaurant A or an order that is accurate is nothing.​(Round to three decimal places as​ needed.)Are the events of selecting an order from Restaurant A and selecting an accurate order disjoint​ events? The events ▼ areare notdisjoint because it ▼ is notispossible to ▼ receive an accurate order from Restaurant A.pick an order from Restaurant B, C, or D.pick an inaccurate order.

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Use the data in the following table, which lists drive-thru order accuracy at popular fast food chains. Assume that orders are randomly selected from those included in the table.

 ​Drive-thru Restaurant   A B C 314314 278278 242242 124124 3131 5959 3737 1010

If one order is selected, find the probability of getting an order from Restaurant A or an order that is accurate. Are the events of selecting an order from Restaurant A and selecting an accurate order disjoint events?
The probability of getting an order from Restaurant A or an order that is accurate is
nothing.
(Round to three decimal places as needed.)
Are the events of selecting an order from Restaurant A and selecting an accurate order disjoint events?

The events

are
are not
disjoint because it

is not
is
possible to

receive an accurate order from Restaurant A.
pick an order from Restaurant B, C, or D.
pick an inaccurate order.
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Step 1

In this question it has been given a table using which we have to get some answers. This data is all about Ordering from restaurant A, B, C, D and whether getting an accurate order or not accurate order.

Step 2

In probability “OR” represents the union of two events. So to get the probability that order is from restaurant A or Order is accurate we are using union concept.

For example there are two events like A & B, The Probability (A OR B) is

Step 3

Probability that the order  is from restaurant A or order is accurate.

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