# Question

Recent surveys report that although Internet access has grown rapidly, it’s not universal: Only 71% of U.S. households have Internet access at home. Internet access isn’t universal for households that have computers. Of the 77% of households that have computers, 8% do not have Internet access.14 Treat these percentages as probabilities. What is the probability that, among households not connected to the Internet, the household does not have a computer?

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