Math Problem Statement
1. An employer offers employees the following coverages:
a. Vision insurance
b. Dental insurance
c. Long term care (LTC) insurance
Employees who enroll for insurance must enroll for at least two coverages. You are given:
a. Probability of enrolling for vision insurance is 40%
b. The probability of enrolling for dental insurance is 80%
c. The probability of enrolling for LTC insurance is 70%
d. The probability of enrolling for all three insurances is 20%
Calculate the probability of not enrolling for any insurance.
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Mathematical Concepts
Probability Theory
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Suitable Grade Level
Advanced College Level
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