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a study found 37% of a new technique resulted in pregnancy and in that technique 25% resulted in multiple births
what is the probabilty that the new technique produced a pregnacy and multiple births
what is probability that a random selected pregnancy did not produce multiple births
would it be unusual for a random selected new birthing technique to produce pregnancy and multiple births

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

    Preg. and mult. = .37 * .25 = ?

    Preg. and not mult. = .37 * (1-.25) = ?

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