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My father is an avid reader. On any given day he is reading multiple items. Suppose on any given day, he picks up a book to read 95% of the time, a newspaper 90% of the time, and picks up both 89% of the time.

a) What is the probability he picks up either a book or a newspaper?

b) What is the probability he does not pick a book or a newspaper?

c) What is the probability he picks up ONLY a book OR ONLY a newspaper?

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