There is something wrong in each of the following statements
There is something wrong in each of the following statements. Explain what is wrong.
a. The probability that a randomly selected driver will be wearing a seat belt is .75, whereas the probability that he or she will not be wearing one is .30.
b. The probability that a randomly selected car is red is 1.20.
c. The probability that a randomly selected car is red is .20, whereas the probability that a randomly selected car is a red sports car is .25.
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