# In Exercise 28, find the probability that the buyer will not want a two-car garage. In exercise In building new

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In Exercise 28, find the probability that the buyer will not want a two-car garage.

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In building new homes, a contractor finds that the probability of a home buyer selecting a two-car garage is 0.70 and of selecting a one-car garage is 0.20. Find the probability that the buyer will select no garage. The builder does not build houses with three-car or more garages.

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## Elementary Statistics A Step By Step Approach

**ISBN:** 9781259755330

10th Edition

**Authors:** Allan G. Bluman

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**4**Section: Exercise Questions

Problem: 76

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