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Posted by **V** on Wednesday, March 18, 2009 at 5:12pm.

a. probability that you will be accepted in both

b. probability that you will be accepted to at least one graduate program

c. probability that one and only one of the universities will accept you

d. probability that neither university will accept you

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**bobpursley**, Wednesday, March 18, 2009 at 5:27pma. .25*.35

b. .35*.75+.25*.65 + .25*.35

c.

d.

I will be happy to critique your thinking. In reality, the events are not independent, assuming the schools judge admission on nearly the same factors.

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**V**, Thursday, March 19, 2009 at 10:43amthx for your help, i had that for a but for b i use p(a) = 1-p(b) and for c i used P(a or b) = .25 + .35 = 60 and for d i caluculated that p(a): 1-.25 =.75 p(b): 1-.35 = .65 then i multiplied the two .75*.65=.4875 = 48.75%

I really appreciate your assistance

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