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7. Let C represent the event that a person has cancer. Let D represent the event that a person is diagnosed with cancer. In a certain region of the country it is known from pasit experience that the probability of selecting an adult over 40 years of age with cancer is 0.08. The probability of a doctor correctly diagnosing a person with cancer as having the disease is P(D C) 0.84, and the probability of incorrectly diagnosing a person without cancer as having the disease is P(D C)0.04. What is the probability that a person diagnosed as having cancer actually has the disease, i.e. find P(C | D)? Round all values to 4 decimals, if needed

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