if little jimmy has $3847292043997638483493924899965444 54475748485119282937346584393213474 738473.00 and butthead has $2334556475754858573849487293482041 74374747448416569545665037565328652 86535632896526156275657516963654354 63956543564556153965564358436195656 94156556357637934657565734659534654 30161589584395538953765397528935972 525795270.00 how much more money does Butthead have than Little Jimmy? will mark brainless

i think the answer is 90 hope this

85.560%

step-by-step explanation:

conditional probability is defined as:

p(a|b) = p(a∩b) / p(b)

in other words, the probability that a occurs, given that b has occurred = the probability that both a and b occur / the probability that b occurs.

in this example:

p(turns 64 | turns 44) = p(turns 64 & turns 44) / p(turns 44).

if someone turns 64, they must have already turned 44, so:

p(turns 64 | turns 44) = p(turns 64) / p(turns 44)

on page 42, we see that of the original 100,000, 94944 turn 44, and 81234 turn 64. therefore:

p(turns 64 | turns 44) = 81234 / 94944

p(turns 64 | turns 44) = 0.85560

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