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It has been reported that $57 \%$ of U.S. households that rent do not have a dishwasher, while only $28 \%$ of homeowner households do not have a dishwasher. If one household is randomly selected from each ownership category, determine the probability that source: Bureau of the Census, Statistical Abstract of the United States 2009, p. 601.

d. the homeowner household will have a dishwasher, but the renter household will not.

Solution

VerifiedAccording to the research, $57\%$ of renter families do not have dishwashers, whereas just $28\%$ of home-owner households do not have dishwashers, we let each probability be,

$P(R)=57\%\to 0.57$

$P(H)=28\% \to 0.28$

Where:

Event $R$ - renter family doesn't own a dishwasher

Event $H$ homeowner family doesn't own a dishwasher

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