A) 0.06

B) 0.54

C) 0.04

D) 0.6

E) 0

F) 0.1

G) 1

H) 0.36

tugmiddelc0
2021-11-13
Answered

Suppose the probability of winning the Powerball lottery is 0.1, while the probability of being abducted by aliens is 0.6. If these two events are independent, what is the probability of winning Powerball but not being abducted?

A) 0.06

B) 0.54

C) 0.04

D) 0.6

E) 0

F) 0.1

G) 1

H) 0.36

A) 0.06

B) 0.54

C) 0.04

D) 0.6

E) 0

F) 0.1

G) 1

H) 0.36

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Answered 2021-11-14
Author has **17** answers

Step 1

The probability of winning the Powerball lottery is 0.1. That is,

Step 2

The probability of winning Powerball but not being abducted is,

Thus, the probability of winning Powerball but not being abducted is 0.04.

Correct Answer: Option (C) 0.04.

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