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ash1213

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In a certain part of the world there are more wetdays than dry days. If a given day is wet, thedays than dry days. If a given day is wet, theprobability that the next day will also be wet isprobability that the next day will also be wet is0.8. If a given day is dry, the probability that the0.8. If a given day is dry, the probability that thefollowing day will also be dry is 0.6.following day will also be dry is 0.6.Give that Wednesday of a week is dry, calculateGive that Wednesday of a week is dry, calculatethe probability thatthe probability that(i) Thursday, Friday of the same week are bothw

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