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pink.1d

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Compare P(A∩B) with P(A∪B), and explain what each probability means in the context of the situation and data you collected.

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    This is the table

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    Use social media regularly Don't use social media Younger than 18 16 4 Older than 18 11 9

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    a is younger than 18 and b is using social media regularly

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    P(A∩B) = Probability ( younger than 18 & uses social media regularly) = 16 / 40 P(A∪B) = Probability ( younger than 18 OR uses social media regularly) = 31 / 40 is the answer

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    PeerAnswer is better

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