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Get Full Access to Elementary Statistics - 12 Edition - Chapter 4.4 - Problem 25bsc
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# In Exercise, use these results from the | Ch 4.4 - 25BSC

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## Solution for problem 25BSC Chapter 4.4

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Problem 25BSC

In Exercises 23–26, use these results from the “1PanelTHC” test for marijuana use, which is provided by the company Drug Test Success: Among 143 subjects with positive test results, there are 24 false positive results; among 157 negative results, there are 3 false negative results. (Hint: Construct a table similar to Table 41, which is included with the Chapter Problem.)

Screening for Marijuana Use If 3 of the subjects are randomly selected without replacement, what is the probability that they all had false positive test results? Is such an event unlikely?

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