There were 85 people in a meeting hall and they were asked whether they like to sing or dance in their free time. There were 27 men who liked to dance and 20 men who liked to sing. Also, out of the 38 women 17 liked todance. Find the probability that the person likes to dance given that the person is a woman?
there are 38 woman and 17 like to dance so so the prob is 17/38
All the other information is irrelevant.
Yes, Melody is correct. You are given irrelevant, unneeded information. The answer to this is 17/38
Find the probability that the person likes to dance given that the person is a woman?
[There should not be a question mark [?] on this sentence; the sentence is an imperative, not a question.]
If the imperative instead reads as: Find the probability that the person is a woman given that the person likes to dance.
Would the other information still be irrelevant and unneeded?
Do you know how to solve this?