Posted by **Sharon** on Thursday, September 24, 2009 at 11:58am.

Events A, B, and C are defines on sample space S. Their corresponding sets of sample points do not intersect and their union is S. Further, event B is twice as likely to occur as event A, and event C is twice as likely to occur as event B. Determine the probability of each of these three events.

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