**Question**

Suppose A and B are mutually exclusive events, and that P(B)=0.24 and P(A OR B)=0.27. Find P(A).

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Suppose A and B are mutually exclusive events, and that P(B)=0.03 and P(A OR B)=0.52. Find P(A).

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If the probability of a student selling brownies is 0.2, the probability of selling rootbeer floats is 0.4, and the probability of selling brownies and rootbeer floats is 0.01, what is the probability of a student selling brownies or rootbeer floats?

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If A and B are events with P(A)=0.4, P(A OR B)=0.89, P(A AND B)=0.01, find P(B).

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If A and B are events with P(A)=0.5, P(B)=0.3, P(A OR B)=0.67, find P(A AND B).

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If A and B are events with P(A)=0.8, P(A OR B)=0.87, P(A AND B)=0.23, find P(B).

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# Question

An electric company has to track on-time payments and late payments for each customer monthly. It is impossible for a customer to pay on-time and late each month. If the probability that a customer pays on-time each month is 0.55, and the probability that a customer pays late or on-time each month is 0.82, what is the probability that a customer pays late each month?

# Question

If a police officer pulls over someone for speeding, the police officer can either give a ticket or a warning, so it is impossible for a police officer to give a ticket and a warning for speeding. If the probability that a police officer will give a warning for speeding is 0.03, and the probability that a police officer will give a ticket or a warning for speeding is 0.52, what is the probability that a police officer will give a ticket for speeding?

# Solution:

**Question**

Suppose A and B are mutually exclusive events, and that P(B)=0.24 and P(A OR B)=0.27. Find P(A).

**Answer**: 0.03

# Question

Suppose A and B are mutually exclusive events, and that P(B)=0.03 and P(A OR B)=0.52. Find P(A).

**Answer:** 0.49

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