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Cars are being produced by two factories, but factory I produces twice as many cars as factory II in a given time. Factory I is known to produce 3% defectives and factory II produces 2% defectives. A car is examined and found to be defective. What is the probability the car came from factory I if it is defective?

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  1. anonymous
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    i got p(factory I given defective) = 3/4

  2. anonymous
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    Thanks could you help me out with any of the other problems i have posted Im having alot of trouble with them and they are due by 11

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