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anonymous
 4 years ago
A certain flower can be white or blue and may or may not have fragrance. Suppose blue flowers are extremely rare and that the rate of blue flowers in the population is 1/400 flowers. Consider the following data.
Fragrant Not Fragrant Total Sampled
White 500 500 1000
Blue 2 8 10
If we happen to smell a randomly selected fragrant flower, what is the probability it is blue?
anonymous
 4 years ago
A certain flower can be white or blue and may or may not have fragrance. Suppose blue flowers are extremely rare and that the rate of blue flowers in the population is 1/400 flowers. Consider the following data. Fragrant Not Fragrant Total Sampled White 500 500 1000 Blue 2 8 10 If we happen to smell a randomly selected fragrant flower, what is the probability it is blue?

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