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Answer: In Exercises, refer to Table, included with the Chapter Problem. In each case

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Problem 22BSC

 

In Exercises, refer to Table, included with the Chapter Problem. In each case, assume that 1 of the 1000 test subjects is randomly selected.

Inverse Probabilities

a. Find P (negative test result | subject does not use drugs).

b. Find P (subject does not use drugs | negative test result).

c. Compare the results from parts (a) and (b). Are they equal?

Table Pre-Employment Drug Screening Results

 

Positive Test Result (Drug Use Is Indicated)

Negative Test Result (Drug Use Is Not Indicated)

Subject Uses Drugs

44 (True Positive)

6 (False Negative)

Subject Is Not a Drug User

90 (False Positive)

860 (True Negative)

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Textbook: Elementary Statistics
Edition: 12
Author: Mario F. Triola
ISBN: 9780321836960

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