# math

Suppose that 30% of a company's television sets are manufactured at a plant in Portland and 70% at a plant in Houston. Of those made in Portland, 3% are defective, and of those made in Houston 9% are defective.

If you buy a defective set from the company, what is the conditional probability that it was made in Houston?

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2. 👎 0
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