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A study on ethics in the workplace by the Ethics Resource Center and Kronos, Inc. revealed that 35% of employees admit to keeping quiet when they see coworker misconduct. Suppose 75% of employees who admit to keeping quiet when they see coworker misconduct call in sick when they are well. In addition, suppose that 40% of the employees who call in sick when they are well admit to keeping quiet when they see coworker misconduct. If an employee is randomly selected, determine the following probabilities:
a. The employee calls in sick when well and admits to keeping quiet when seeing coworker misconduct.
b. The employee admits to keeping quiet when seeing coworker misconduct or calls in sick when well.
c. Given that the employee calls in sick when well, he or she does not keep quiet when seeing coworker misconduct.
d. The employee neither keeps quiet when seeing coworker misconduct nor calls in sick when well.
e. The employee admits to keeping quiet when seeing coworker misconduct and does not call in sick when well.



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