1. At an electronics plant, there is an optional training program for new employees. From past experience it is known that 87% of new employees who attend the training program meet the production quota in the first week of work. It is also known that only 34% of workers who do not attend the training program meet the production quota in the first week of work. They also know that 82% on new employees attend the training program. (a) What percentage of new employees will meet the production quota in their first week of work? (b) If a new employee did meet the production quota in their first week of work, what is the probability that they did not attend the training program? (c) If a new worker is selected at random, what is the probability that they did not meet the production quota and/or they did not attend the training program?. 3. Ok basically, from the info given P(B|A)=.87, P(B|A^c)=.34 and P(A)=.82 where A=(attends the training) and B=(meets production quota in first week) where ^c are the compliments. a) i got P(B) from P(B)=P(B n A)+P(B n A^c) which i put into a dependent product P(B|A)P(A)+... = .9922 (this value seems to high to me? what am i doing wrong) also in part b) it asks for P(A|B) so i used bayes theorem since i knew P(B|A) and got .719? c) i have no idea how to do can someone tell me what they are even asking! Please help i am so confused!!!