The Por Mano Tile Company imports handmade tiles from Mexico. Saltillo tiles makes up 67% of their imports and the rest are talavera tiles. Based on past experience, they expect 3.7% of the Saltillo tiles to arrive broken and 5.4% of the talavera tiles to be broken.
a. Make a complete probability tree for this situation.
b. Find the probability that a tile is a talavera tile and is broken
c. Find the probability that a tile is not broken.
d. Find the probability that a Saltillo tile is broken.
e. Find the probability that a talavera tile is not broken
The results of the October 3rd vote on the Emergency Stabilization Act of 2008 are shown in the table below.
a. Find the probability that a congressman voted for no
b. Find the probability that a congressman was from the west and voted yes.
c. Find the probability they voted yes given that they were from the west
d. Find the probability that they were Midwestern if they voted no.
e. Find the probability that a congressman voted no if they were from the South or West.
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