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Calculate the probability that a randomly selected car is new. Further, verify the results by comparing the conditional probability directly. Sedan new 24, used 9, total 33 SUV new 15, used 12, total 27 total new 39, used, 21, total cars 60

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    need help friends pliz

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    explain step by stp

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