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In a small town, types of newspapers distributed in the morning are given below in the graph: Find the probability that the family chosen at random is

taking both HindustanTimes and Economic Times.



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From the graph we can observe the number of readers of each newspaper. It is -

Hindustan Times - 35
Economic Times - 45

Total families = 50
(Since the graph has highest capacity of 50)

Probability of Family reading Hindustan times = 35/50 = 7/10
Probability of family reading Economic Times = 45/50 = 9/10
Now, probability that a family chosen at random is taking both the newspapers = 7/10 × 9/10 = 63/100
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Total number of families is 138
So the required probability is 35+45= 80
Probability = 80÷138
Well I am not sure about it
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Well I think you should complete ur answer.Please correct it :l
what is incomplete
Please provide the graph required!!
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