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Use the two-way table below to answer the following question.

Question 1: P(> 1 car | 3 to 5 kids) =

Question 2: P(> 3 kids or <= 2 cars) =

Step 1

Ques 1 P(>1 car | 3 to 5 kids)

Step 2

Ques 2

P(>3 kids or <...

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