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PROBLEM 4: PREFERENCE FOR CAN
(a) What is the probability of preferring a glass bottle?

b) What is the probability of preferring a glass bottle given that one lives in Region A?

c) What is the probability of preferring a can given that one lives in Region C or B?



Region A
Region B
Region C
Total
Prefer Can
100
150
140

Prefer Glass Bottle
200
180
200

Total
1)
2)
3)

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