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    A company has a turnover of 10% of their hourly employees annually. Thus for any hourly employee chosen at random management estimates a probability of .1 that the person will not be with the company next year.

    Choosing three hourly employees at randome use a Tree Diagram and show what is the probability that (1) of them will leave the company this year.

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    A company has a turnover of 10% of their hourly employees annually. Thus for any hourly employee chosen at random management estimates a probability of .1 that the person will not be with the company next year.

    Choosing three hourly employees at randome use a Tree Diagram and show what is the probability that (1) of them will leave the company this year.

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