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Suppose A and B are two events such that $P(A \cap B)=\large\frac{3}{25}$ and $P(B-A)=\large\frac{8}{25}$. Then $ P(B)=$
\[\begin {array} {1 1} (1)\;\frac{11}{25} & \quad (2)\;\frac{3}{11} \\ (3)\;\frac{1}{11} & \quad (4)\;\frac{9}{11} \end {array}\]
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$(1)\;\frac{11}{25} $
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