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No answer provided yet.Looks like part of this question is missing. I'm going to guess at what the question might be. I think it might ask, given these two events are independent, what is the probability of them both occurring. The result is found by multiplying their individual probabilities together (.25*.59 = .1475). This is the multiplication rule of probability.

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