1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data In an election there are three candidates. Candidate A is twice as likely to win than candidate B and candidate B is twice as likely to win than candidate C. What is the probability that candidate A wins the election? Note: The answer is 4/7 3. The attempt at a solution Could someone explain to me why the answer is 4/7 I don't really understand why it is the answer?