a new study finds that the incidence of heart attack while taking a certain diabetes drug is less than 5%. Should a person with diabetes take this drug? Should they take the drug if the risk is less than 1%? Explain your reasoning. Someone please help I do not understand what this question is asking me !!
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is 5% probability likely , or unlikely?
it does not say wether or not it is likely or unlikely
100% probability means it will definitely happen
0% probability means it will definitely not happen
50% probability means it will happen half the time
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i am guessing it is 5% out of 100%
its a pretty high probability for a drug
if 100 people took the diabetes drug, you could expect about 5 of them to have a heart attack
yeah i think i figured out what they are asking me . & no unklerhaukus, it is saying if someone was taking the drugs they would have 5 or 1 % chance of having a heart attack and 95 or 99 % chance of not having one . i figured it out, but thank you guys!