# Algebra

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The weather channel has predicted that there is a 70% chance of rain today and 20% chance of rain tomorrow. A. What is the probability it wont rain tomorrow? B. What is the probability it wont rain tomorrow given that it rained today?

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a. wont rain tomorrow? .8
B cannot be answered, there is no indication that rain on successive days are independent events.

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