There are 90 applicants for a job with the news
There are 90 applicants for a job with the news department of a television station. Some of them are college graduates And some are not; some of them have at least three years’ experience And some have not, with the exact breakdown being
If the order in which the applicants are interviewed by the station manager is random, ≥ is the event that the first applicant interviewed is a college graduate, And T is the event that the first applicant interviewed has at least three years’ experience, determine each of the following probabilities directly from the entries And the row And column totals of the table:
(a) P(G) ;
(b) P(T) ;
(c) P(Gn T) ;
(d) P(G ∩ T) ;
(e) P(T| G) ;
(f) P(G | T) .
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