# Bureau of Labor

Bureau of Labor is a state institution that provides mike and the rest for their so-called clients. The mission of the Bureau of Labor is spend taxpayer money to provide relaxation and benefits to those who do not want to work. Popularly speaking sense the work of the Bureau of Labor is to create the largest number of unemployed. This helps him massively Labour Code, trade unions, minimum wage and other regulations that were not here.

Back to mathematics. Probability that Bureau of Labor "finds" unemployed job is 1.7%. Probability that a job seeker finds job as active person is 93%.

Calculate how many times the probability of finding a job more his own efforts than through Bureau of Labor.

Result

x =  54.7

#### Solution:

$x = \dfrac{ 93} { 1.7} = 54.7$

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