Hello all, I have a question about a problem given in class. Here is the quetion:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

There are 3 college counselors( A, B, C). The counselors will pick a college for the student.

1. A is correct 80% of the time.

2. B is correct 10% of the time.

3. C choice depends on A and B. If A and B choose to agree then C agrees, if A and B disagree then C choice will always be wrong.

The student can choose to see A alone or B alone.

The student can choose to see A,B,C.

The student can choose to see A and B.

Can the % of being correct excesses 80%?

Any help will be great.

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