math

posted by .

Assuming that the temperature has to be below freezing in order for it to snow, if the probability of the temperature being below freezing tomorrow is 85%, and the probability of there being precipitation tomorrow is 25%, what is the probability that it will snow tomorrow?

  • math -

    The probability of both/all events occurring is determined by multiplying the probabilities of the individual events.

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. science

    using a fahrenheit thermometer, what temp is 22 degrees below freezing. Freezing on F is what?
  2. English

    I need you to check these sentences for m, please?
  3. ap stats-- probability

    over a 5 year period of time, 80% of winter days in Philadelphia had an average temperature above freezing. 20% of those days had precipitation. Of the days with an average temperature below freezing, 15% had precipitation. A winter …
  4. math

    The probability that Jack plays guitar on a raining day is 0.6 and on a sunny day is 0.5. The probability that is rains tomorrow is 0.8. Find the probability that Jack will not play guitar tomorrow?
  5. Science Help PLEASE!!

    1. What happens to the levels of surface water and groundwater during a drought?
  6. Science Help PLEASE!! FAST

    1. What happens to the levels of surface water and groundwater during a drought?
  7. English

    If it snows tomorrow, what will you do? 1. If it snows tomorrow, I will go out with my dog. 2. If it snows tomorrow, I will make a snow man at the back yard. 3. If it snows tomorrow, I will meet my girl friend. 4. If it snows tomorrow,
  8. math

    1. A submarine was suituated 800 feet below sea level. If it ascends 250 feet, what is it new position 2. Metal mercury at room temperature is a liquid. Its melting point is -39°C. The freezing point of alcohol is-114°C. How much …
  9. Math

    The probability that it rains tomorrow is 0.14. What is the probability that it doesn't rain tomorrow?
  10. math PROBABILITY part 2

    6.Suppose you have a drawer full of white, black, and yellow pairs of socks. If the probability of picking a white pair of socks is 4/9, and the probability of picking a black pair of socks is 7/18, what is the probability of picking …

More Similar Questions