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m<7...

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2. P(B and T) = P(B)P(T) = .15 X .2 = 0.03 or 3%
3. P(K or H or B) = P(K) + P(H) + P(B) = .4 + .25 + .15 = 0.8 or (80%)

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b)v=v0-gt
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1983: 16.62 + .36 = 16.98
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