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What have you tried?

Please somebody give the probability of the each of the following.

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Ok @dumbsearch2 pls solve my question

except me. I'm a wannabe-authority.

hey, make a new question. close this one. its too old to get bumped.

I have tried 1/10,2/5,3/10 and 2/5

okay... in any month, the odds of getting the flu is 1/10, right?

Hence, they are independent events, and you can multiply the probabilities as needed.

I did'nt understand @terenzreignz

Ok @terenzreignz but then how do I do the remaining 3 ???

I'll help in the second, ok?

Ok

@terenzreignz there no odds of not getting flu

@Syamantak Are you there?

Do you understand the method?

Yes,but the answer for the first question would be 1/1000

If the correct answer for question 4) is 7/250, then 27/1000 is correct for question 2).

But its coming wrong

Question 3 answer, 0.027, is off by 1/3

Nice explanation. I am math challenged but i get it. Good job.

You're welcome :)