• anonymous
A consumer organization estimates that 29% of new cars have a cosmetic defect, such as a scratch or dent, when they are delivered to the car dealers. This same organization believes that 7% have a functional defect -- something that does not work properly -- and that 2% of new cars have both kinds of problems. a) If you buy a new car, what is the probability that it has some kind of defect? b) What's the probability it has a cosmetic defect but no functional defect? c) Do you think that the two kinds of defects are disjoint events? Independent? Explain.
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