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10. The probability that a randomly selected individual in a country earns more than 75,000 per is 11.5%. the probability that a randomly selected individual in a country earns more than 75,000 per year, given that the individual has earned a bacholer’s degree is 11.5%. The events are “earned more than 75,000” and “earned a bacholer’s degree”.

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