Shooter

The probability that a good shooter hits the center of the target circle I is 0.1. The probability that the target hit intercircle is II 0.58. What is the probability that it hits the target circle I or II?

Result

p =  68 %

Solution:

p=100(0.1+0.58)=68%p = 100 \cdot (0.1+0.58) = 68 \%



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