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    Can someone who has the 2009 edition of Actex look at Practice Exam 3 number 26? For the last part of the answer, it says P(CT') = P(C) - P(CT) = P(C) - P(T). This doesn't make sense to me because P(CT) isn't the same as P(T) I don't think.

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    Originally posted by ohmymath View Post
    Can someone who has the 2009 edition of Actex look at Practice Exam 3 number 26? For the last part of the answer, it says P(CT') = P(C) - P(CT) = P(C) - P(T). This doesn't make sense to me because P(CT) isn't the same as P(T) I don't think.
    Actually, if you read on the solution you'll see "(note that ..... T is subset of C)", , since " A conviction must take place in order for there to be a sentence of jail time" , so P(CT) = P(T).
    AsyaK
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    Last edited by AsyaK; May 28 2010, 01:26 AM.

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