**Answer:**

10.7

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

e) 0.14

**Step-by-step explanation:**

We solve this problem building the Venn's diagram of these probabilities.

**I am going to say that:**

A is the probability that a driver does not have a valid driver's license.

B is the probability that a driver does not have insurance.

**We have that:**

In which a is the probability that a driver does not have a valid driver's license but has insurance and is the probability that a driver does not have any of these things.

By the same logic, we have that:

**We start finding these values from the intersection.**

**4% have neither**

This means that

**6% of all drivers have no insurance**

This means that . So

**12% of all drivers do not have a valid driver’s license**

This means that

So

**The probability that a randomly selected driver either fails to have a valid license or fails to have insurance is about**

**So the correct answer is:**

e) 0.14

72 divides by 9 is 8 so 2 times 8 is sixteen so that would be the answer

Answer:

A) irrational because the sum or rational and irrational is always irrational

B) rational the sum of two rationals is always rational

C)irrational the product of a rational and a irrational is always irrational

D) irrational because the product is sometimes rational but sometimes not

Step-by-step explanation: