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Old 12-08-2008   #1
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Default Help with probability problem

I need help solving this probability problem.

In 1999 the probabitlity that a randomly selected vehicle would be involved in a deadly tire-related accident was approximately 3x10 to the -6, whereas, the probability that a tire-related accident would prove deadly was 0.02. What was the probability that vehicle would be involved in a tire-related accident?

I don't get how to find 3x1- to the -6 also.
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