Question

A manufacturer of laundry detergent has introduced a new product that it claims to be more environmentally sound. An extensive survey gives the percentages shown in the table.
a. Estimate the probability that a randomly chosen consumer would have seen advertising for the new product and tried the product.
b. Given that a randomly chosen consumer has seen the product advertised, estimate the probability that the person has tried the product.
c. Let A be the event that a consumer has tried the product. Let B be the event that a consumer has seen the product advertised. Express the probabilities found in part a and b in terms of A and B.
d. Are A and B independent? Justify your answer.


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