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Suppose 5% of all people fitting the long income tax form seek deductions that they know are illegal, and an additional 2% incorrectly list deductions because they are unfamiliar with income tax regulations. Of the 5% who are guilty of cheating, 80% will deny knowledge of the error if confronted by an investigator. If the filer of the long form is confronted with an unwarranted deduction and he or she denies the knowledge of the error, what is the probability that he or she is guilty?
A woman brought a complaint of gender discrimination to an eight-member human relations advisory board. The board, composed of five women and three men, voted 5-3 in favor of the plaintiff, the five women voting for the plaintiff and the three men against. Has the board been affected by gender bias? That is, if the vote in favor the the plaintiff was 5-3 and the board members were not biased by gender, what is the probability that the vote would split along gender lines (five women for, three men against)?
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