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At a local college, seven sections of economics are taught during the day and two sections are taught at night. Eighty-five percent of the day sections are taught by full-time faculty. Twenty-five percent of the evening sections are taught by full-time faculty. If Jane has a part-time teacher for her economics course, what is the probability that she is taking a night class?

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  1. anonymous
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    4.444444 repeating of course %

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    That's not right :/ but thank you for trying to help!

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