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  1. Let CP represent the event that the ankle was truly fractured, and let T+ represent the event that the test said it was. From the table, estimate P(CP|T+) (the positive predictive value and P(CA|T-) (the negative predictive value).

Predicted by the Ottawa Ankle Test Truth Regarding Fracture

Not Fractured | Fractured | Totals

Not Fractured | 51 | 5 | 56

Fractured | 277 | 88 | 365

Totals | 328 | 93 | 421

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