emwaller96
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There's a problem I can't solve:
At a university, 60% of the students who apply for admission are instate residents. 30% are from another state, and the remaining applicants are international students. 35% of instate applicants are admitted, 25% of out of state applicants are admitted, and 20% of international applicants are admitted.
Find the probability that an applicant was an instate resident, given that they were admitted.
I already made the tree for this problem, it looks like this:
At a university, 60% of the students who apply for admission are instate residents. 30% are from another state, and the remaining applicants are international students. 35% of instate applicants are admitted, 25% of out of state applicants are admitted, and 20% of international applicants are admitted.
Find the probability that an applicant was an instate resident, given that they were admitted.
I already made the tree for this problem, it looks like this:
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