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Mike determined that some children like to eat cake, some like to eat cookies, and others don't like to eat cake or cookies. He calculated the probabilities and created the Venn diagram below: a venn diagram showing two categories, cake and cookies. In the cake only circle is 0.2 in the cookies only circle is 0.5, in the intersection is 0.1, and in outside the circles is 0.2 What is the probability that a child eats cake, given that he/she eats cookies? 0.17 0.20 0.33 0.50

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  1. sandra_
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    im not sure but im guessing 0.50

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