different type of question. this one, u add together the amount of tickets they both have which is 31. There are 100 tickets, so if theres 31 chances in 100 that they WILL win, there is 69 chances they wontK-Town said:Im still stumped on teh Khalid and Herman question. Where u have to find the probability of them NOT winning.

What i dont understand is that with any other probability question u times the first one by the second one (P of Khalid NOT winning x P of Herman NOT winning). If you are emant to times them together why did you + for this question??????