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## Homework Statement

**I am given the following 3 joint probabilities:**

**p(I am leaving work early, there is a football game that I want to watch this afternoon) = .1**

**p(I am leaving work early, there is not a football game that I want to watch this afternoon) = .05**

**p(I am not leaving work early, there is not a football game that I want to watch this afternoon) = .65**

**What is the probability that there is a football game that I want to watch this afternoon?**

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## The Attempt at a Solution

I started out by writing out these cases like P(E,F) P(E,~F) P(~E,~F) and I also made the marginal probability table. I was thinking I would be looking for the marginal probability P(F), which would be P(E,F)+P(~E,F) but I could not find the value for P(~E,F)....?