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suppose a student is taking multiple choice exam,A,B,C,D,E,with only one of the responses correct.describe the complement method for determining the probabilityof getting at least one of the questions correct on 15question exam,

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    I have now answered 8 or 9 of your questions.
    One would think that an acknowledgment that you are at least reading them would be in order.

    Why not try this one yourself and tell me what you got.

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    Thanks a lot ,Im praticing them through the posts and trying to set up similar questions that i can solve them myself .thank you very much.

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    So what did you get for this one?

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    1/10

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    so how did you get 1/10.
    Explain.

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    this question is the same type as the one I answered for you before

    http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1256698410

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    haha fight

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