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# Answer to Question #48139 in Other Economics for julian lupo

Question #48139
Bad gums may mean a bad heart. Researchers discovered that 85% of people who have suffered a heart attack had periodontal disease, an inflammation of the gums. Only 29% of healthy people have this disease. Suppose that in a certain community heart attacks are quite rare, occurring with only 10% probability. If someone has periodontal disease, what is the probability that he or she will have a heart attack? (to 3 decimals)
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2014-11-12T13:14:22-0500
Researchers discovered that 85% of people who have suffered a heart attack had periodontal disease, an inflammation of the gums. Only 29% of healthy people have this disease. Suppose that in a certain community heart attacks are quite rare, occurring with only 10% probability. If someone has periodontal disease, what is the probability that he or she will have a heart attack will be P = 0.29*0.85*0.1 = 0.025

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