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Posted by **Sam** on Tuesday, February 26, 2008 at 2:11am.

Is the answer 7/61 = .11475?

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**drwls**, Tuesday, February 26, 2008 at 7:10amOf the defective stereos on hand, 10.5 were probably from A and 81 probably from B.

10.5/91.5 are from A. That equals 7/61.

To get the answer with Bayes' theorem,

P(y|x) = P(x|y)*P(y)/P(x)

P(x) = probability it is defective regardless of source = 91.5/1050

P(y) = probability it is from A, defective or not = 150/1050

P(x|y) = probability that it is defective, if from A = 0.07

P(y|x) = probability it is from A, if defective

= .07* (150/91.5) = .11475..

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