# Math

A store has found that 60% of their customers spend more than \$75 each visit. What is the probability that the next two customers will spend more than \$75.

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1. prob that next one is above 75 = .6
prob that the one after that is independently .6 again
so
probability of both = .6*.6 = .36

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2. it would be 6 times 6

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