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Using the below information calculate the conditional probability of C given each of the age groups, or P(C/D), P (C/E), etc. Compare these probabilities and speculate as to which age groups seem more likely than others to have been (according to the legal definition at that time, 0.10% blood alcohol content) intoxicated at the time they were victims.

Blood Alcohol Level of Victim

A B C
Age 0.00% 0.01-0.09% ¡Ý 0.10%

D 0-19 142 7 6 155
E 20-39 47 8 41 96
F 40-59 29 8 77 114
G 60 over 47 7 35 89
Total 265 30 159 454

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