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A nationwide CareerBuilder survey was conducted regarding the job hunting experience. From the survey, it was learned that 26% of workers have had a bad experience as a job applicant. Eighty-two percent of workers expect to hear back from a company when they apply for a job. Suppose that 90% of workers who have had a bad experience as a job applicant expect to hear back from a company when they apply for a job. Based on these results, if a worker hunting for a job is randomly selected,
a. What is the probability that the worker expects to hear back from a company when they apply for a job and has had a bad experience as a job applicant?
b. What is the probability that the worker expects to hear back from a company when they apply for a job and has not had a bad experience as a job applicant?
c. What is the probability that the worker does not expect to hear back from a company when they apply for a job and has had a bad experience as a job applicant?
d. What is the probability that the worker does not expect to hear back from a company when they apply for a job and has not had a bad experience as a job applicant?



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