15 September, 16:47

# Select the correct answer from the drop-down menu. A box contains shirts in two different colors and two different sizes. The numbers of shirts of each color and size are given in the table. Shirt Color Size Large Medium Total Red 42 48 90 Blue 35 40 75 Total 77 88 165 From the data given in the table, we can infer that.

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1. 15 September, 18:19
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Plato Users: its P (blue shirt l large shirt) = P (blue shirt)
2. 15 September, 18:34
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P (red | large shirt) ≠ P (large shirt)

P (Blue | large shirt) = P (blue shirt)

P (shirt is medium and blue) ≠ P (medium shirt)

P (large shirt | red shirt) ≠ P (red shirt)

Explanation:

P (red | large shirt) = 42/77 = 0.5454 : P (large shirt) = 77/165 = 0.467

P (red | large shirt) ≠ P (large shirt)

P (Blue | large shirt) = 35/77 = 0.4545 : P (blue shirt) = 75/165 = 0.4545

P (Blue | large shirt) = P (blue shirt)

P (Shirt is medium and blue) = 40/77 = 0.2424 : P (medium shirt) = 88/165 = 0.5333

P (shirt is medium and blue) ≠ P (medium shirt)

P (large shirt | red shirt) = 42/90 = 0.4667 : P (red shirt) = 90/165 = 0.5454

P (large shirt | red shirt) ≠ P (red shirt)