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###### Question 5NoryetanswcredMarked outOuuFlag questionOnan island_ on any day:before noon; it is twice as likely to rain than not to rain; if it rains before noon it rains afternoon with probability 0.75, ifit does not rain before noon; it rains atternoon with probabllity 0.25Pam wakes Up on the island after 1:00 PM and sees that itis currently raining Whatis the probability that F I[ Was nof rail before noon?Select one:0.14290.40000.41670.25000.5833Question 6Nol yer answeredMaireo GutOOuFlag questi

Question 5 Noryetanswcred Marked out Ouu Flag question Onan island_ on any day: before noon; it is twice as likely to rain than not to rain; if it rains before noon it rains afternoon with probability 0.75, ifit does not rain before noon; it rains atternoon with probabllity 0.25 Pam wakes Up on the island after 1:00 PM and sees that itis currently raining Whatis the probability that F I[ Was nof rail before noon? Select one: 0.1429 0.4000 0.4167 0.2500 0.5833 Question 6 Nol yer answered Maireo Gut OOu Flag question

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