# An experiment results in one of the following sample points: E1, E2, E3, E4, or E5. a. Find P(E3) if P(E1) = .1, P(E2) = .2, P(E4) = .1, and P(E5) = .1. b. Find P(E3) if P(E1) = P(E3), P(E2) = .1, P(E4) = .2, and P(E5) = .1. c. Find P(E3) if P(E1) = P(E2) = P(E4) =

An experiment results in one of the following sample points: E1, E2, E3, E4, or E5.

a. Find P(E3) if P(E1) = .1, P(E2) = .2, P(E4) = .1, and P(E5) = .1.

b. Find P(E3) if P(E1) = P(E3), P(E2) = .1, P(E4) = .2, and P(E5) = .1.

c. Find P(E3) if P(E1) = P(E2) = P(E4) = P(E5) = .1.

a. Find P(E3) if P(E1) = .1, P(E2) = .2, P(E4) = .1, and P(E5) = .1.

b. Find P(E3) if P(E1) = P(E3), P(E2) = .1, P(E4) = .2, and P(E5) = .1.

c. Find P(E3) if P(E1) = P(E2) = P(E4) = P(E5) = .1.

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