Given that Lorenzo paid more than $30 for a ticket, what is the probability that he purchased the ticket at the box office?
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Question
Given that Lorenzo paid more than $30 for a ticket, what is the probability that he purchased the ticket at the box office?
2 Answer

1. User Answers ricros17
According to the table, if the ticket was more than 30 dollars, there is a 0.14 chance it was purchased at the box office. 
2. User Answers JeanaShupp
Answer: 0.14
Stepbystep explanation:
From the given table, the conditional relative frequency of Lorenzo purchased the ticket at the box office when paid more than $30 = 0.14
Since the conditional frequency has the same concept as the conditional potability.
Therefore, the given that Lorenzo paid more than $30 for a ticket, then what is the probability that he purchased the ticket at the box office=0.14