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A compound event consists of a certain event, an event with probability 1/4, and then an impossible event. What is the probability of the compound event? A.0 B.1/4 C.1
A compound event consists of a certain event, an event with probability 1/4, and then an impossible event. What is the probability of the compound event B.1/4
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