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Q: If there is a 30 chance of sun tomorrow and a 40 chance of wind and no sun what is the probability that is windy given that it is not sunny round your answer to the nearest percent?

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thirteen sixteenths.

A thirty percent chance is a low probability, so it probably won't rain, but it could.

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It is 67%.

78% I just had this question on apex

P(R) = 0.7The correct choice of answer is B. 71%.

0.20 + 0.80*0.80

To find the probability that it will rain both today and tomorrow, you multiply the individual probabilities: 0.60 (chance of rain today) * 0.40 (chance of rain tomorrow) = 0.24 or 24%. Therefore, there is a 24% chance that it will rain both today and tomorrow.

There is a 70% chance it will not rain tommorrow! There is a 70% chance it will not rain tommorrow!

It is 1 - prob(it does not rain today and tomorrow)= 1 - prob(it does not rain today)*prob(it does not rain tomorrow) = 1 - [1- prob(it does rain today)]*[1 - prob(it does rain tomorrow)] = 1 - [1 - 0.8]*[1 - 0.5] = 1 - 0.2*0.5 = 1 - 0.1 = 0.9

To get the answer to this question you need to work out what 30% of 80% is. To do this you need to divide 30, by 80, then multiply your answer by 100. 30/80=0.375, 0.375*100=37.5, 37.5 to the nearest percent is 38%

Pr(Windy given not Sunny) = Pr(Windy and not Sunny)/Pr(not Sunny) = 0.2/(1 - 0.3) = 0.2/0.7 which rounds to D 29%

My answer for probability Probability is the chance that something will happen - how likely it is that some event will happen. Sometimes you can measure a probability with a number: "10% chance of rain", or you can use words such as impossible, unlikely, possible, even chance, likely and certain. Example: "It is unlikely to rain tomorrow".

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probably a 93 percent chance.