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anonymous
 one year ago
On average 68 % of Finite Mathematics students spend some time in the Mathematics Department's resource room. Half of these students spend more than 90 minutes per week in the resource room. At the end of the semester the students in the class were asked how many minutes per week they spent in the resource room and whether they passed or failed. The passing rates are summarized in the following table:
Time spent in resource room Pass %
None 23
Between 1 and 90 minutes 52
More than 90 minutes 67
If a randomly chosen student did not pass the course, what is the probability that he or she did not study in the resource room?
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https://gyazo.com/671c47378d864f5a1d320f0b50eb5ba2
anonymous
 one year ago
On average 68 % of Finite Mathematics students spend some time in the Mathematics Department's resource room. Half of these students spend more than 90 minutes per week in the resource room. At the end of the semester the students in the class were asked how many minutes per week they spent in the resource room and whether they passed or failed. The passing rates are summarized in the following table: Time spent in resource room Pass % None 23 Between 1 and 90 minutes 52 More than 90 minutes 67 If a randomly chosen student did not pass the course, what is the probability that he or she did not study in the resource room? Here is the chart to this problem: https://gyazo.com/671c47378d864f5a1d320f0b50eb5ba2

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MTALHAHASSAN2
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0lol I am not good with word problems
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