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False Positive Test ResultsA certain test for mononucleosis has a 99% chance of correctly diagnosing a patient with mononucleosis and a 5% chance of misdiagnosing a patient who does not have the infection. Suppose the test is given to a group where 1% of the people have mononucleosis. If a randomly selected patient's test result is positive, what is the probability that she has mononucleosis? Explain.An exercise, commentary, and solution from Illustrative Mathematics
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