Statistics Questions

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 Of the people who fished at Clearwater Park today,40 had a fishing license, and 10 did not. Of the people who fished at Mountain View Park today,32 had a license, and 8 did not. (No one fished at both parks.)  Suppose that one fisher from each park is chosen at random. What is the probability that the fisher chosen from Clearwater had a license and the fisher chosen from Mountain View did not have a license?

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