A company that manufactures shoes has three factories Factory 1
A company that manufactures shoes has three factories. Factory 1 produces 25% of the company’s shoes, Factory 2 produces 60%, and Factory 3 produces 15%. One percent of the shoes produced by Factory 1 are mislabeled, 0.5% of those produced by Factory 2 are mislabeled, and 2% of those produced by Factory 3 are mislabeled. If you purchase one pair of shoes manufactured by this company, what is the probability that the shoes are mislabeled?
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