Use the table below and answer the questions.

1) P (> 1 car | 2 to 4 kids) = ?

2) P (< 4 kids or$\le$ 2 cars) = ?

1) P (> 1 car | 2 to 4 kids) = ?

2) P (< 4 kids or

Elleanor Mckenzie
2021-09-09
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Use the table below and answer the questions.

1) P (> 1 car | 2 to 4 kids) = ?

2) P (< 4 kids or$\le$ 2 cars) = ?

1) P (> 1 car | 2 to 4 kids) = ?

2) P (< 4 kids or

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Answered 2021-09-10
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