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Emily is a very good student. She is more likely to attend class than to miss class. Which could be the probability that she misses class tomorrow?

A.-0.4
B.0.1
C.0.7
D.1.2

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  1. all probabilities are positive and less than or equal to 1.
    "more likely to attend" means a greater than 50% probability.
    So, whatcha think?

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  2. is it c

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