Posted by jamar on Monday, May 18, 2009 at 1:34pm.
4. A Prisoner escapes from jail. There are three roads leading away form the jail. If the prisoner selects road A to make good here escape, the probability that she succeeeds is 1/4. If she selects road B, the probability that she succeeds is 1/5. If she selects road C, the probability she succeeds is 1/6. Furthermore, the prpbability that she selects of these roads is the same, Is is 1/3rd. If the prisoner succeeds on her escape, what is the probability that she made good her escape by using road B?

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statistics  Alameen, Saturday, April 28, 2012 at 3:59pm
I need to know the answer too