Refer to Exercise 6.6. Employing the subjective approach a political scientist has assigned the following probabilities:
P(Adams wins) = .42
P(Brown wins) = .09
P(Collins wins) = .27
P(Dalton wins) = .22
Determine the probabilities of the following events.
a. Adams loses.
b. Either Brown or Dalton wins.
c. Adams, Brown, or Collins wins.