Jane Hilman went to her bank. She had a balance of \$2,539.78 in her savings account. She withdrew \$150.00 and the teller credited her account with \$6.19. What is her new balance? \$2,383.59 \$2,395.97 \$2,683.59 \$2,695.97
New balance = \$2,539.77 - (\$150.00 + \$6.19) = \$2,539.77 - \$156.16 = \$2,383.59
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New balance = \$2,539.77 - (\$150.00 + \$6.19) = \$2,539.77 - \$156.16 = \$2,383.59

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The probability of the complement of the event "bad bags of potatoes" is the probability that a bag of potatoes is not bad. Since there are 20 bags in total and only 2 are bad, there are 20-2=18 bags that are not bad.

The probability of selecting a bag that is not bad is the number of bags that are not bad divided by the total number of bags:

P(Not bad)= Number of bags /Total number of bags
Simplifying the fraction:

So, the expected probability of the complement of the event "bad bags of potatoes" is 0.9

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