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When randomly selecting an​ adult, let B represent the event of randomly selecting someone with type B blood. Write a sentence describing what the rule of complements below is telling us. Upper P left parenthesis Upper B or Upper B overbar right parenthesisPB or Bequals=1Choose the correct answer below.  A.It is certain that the selected adult does not have type B blood. B.It is certain that the selected adult has type B blood. C.It is certain that the selected adult has type B blood or does not have type B blood. D.It is impossible that the selected adult has type B blood or does not have type B blood.

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When randomly selecting an adult, let B represent the event of randomly selecting someone with type B blood. Write a sentence describing what the rule of complements below is telling us.
 
Upper P left parenthesis Upper B or Upper B overbar right parenthesisPB or Bequals=1
Choose the correct answer below.
 
 
A.
It is certain that the selected adult does not have type B blood.
 
B.
It is certain that the selected adult has type B blood.
 
C.
It is certain that the selected adult has type B blood or does not have type B blood.
 
D.
It is impossible that the selected adult has type B blood or does not have type B blood.
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