Statistics help, anyone? Answered
I want to calculate a statistic involving several different factors, but don't know the math.
This person has different characteristics I wish to consider. One occurs in about 10% of the general population, one in about 15% of the general population and one in about 7% of the general population, with no relationship between the three. In other words, one is not more likely to be found in one of the other two groups by virtue of being in the third.
In a population of 34,000,000, how many such individuals are likely to occur?