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In earlier Exercise, find the probability that the buyer will not want a two-car garage.

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1 of 3If the probability of happening of an event $E$ is $P(E)$ then the probability of its complement event $E'$ (not happening of $E$) can be calculated as,

$P(E')=1-P(E)$

Let $E$ be the event that that the buyer select two-car garage. This implies that we have,

$P(E)=0.70$

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