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# Companies X, Y and Z all manufacture a specific component required to make a touch screen...

Companies X, Y and Z all manufacture a specific component required to make a touch screen tablet. Of these three companies, X shipped 1024 components, Y shipped 512 and Z shipped 256. The percentage of defective components produces by each company is 4%, 5% and 14% for X, Y and Z, respectively. What is the probability that a given defective component came from Company Y?

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