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anonymous
 one year ago
Suppose that six percent of the people in the world have a particular genetic defect and that a screening test is 89 percent accurate for people who have it and 76 percent accurate for people who do not.
If 1,810 people are screened for the defect, which is the best prediction for the number of people with the defect who are identified as having it?
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anonymous
 one year ago
Suppose that six percent of the people in the world have a particular genetic defect and that a screening test is 89 percent accurate for people who have it and 76 percent accurate for people who do not. If 1,810 people are screened for the defect, which is the best prediction for the number of people with the defect who are identified as having it? 109 97 199 83

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