A total of 48 percent of women (0.48) and 37 percent of the men (0.37)that took a certain “quit smoking” class remained nonsmokers for at least one year after completing the class. These people then attended a success party at the end of the year. If62 percent (0.62) of the original class was male, 1. what percentage of the original class attended the party? 2. what the percentage of those attending the party were women? tricky question the total number of people in the class was not 100 percent also total number of people attending the party not 100. how come this happen? there is now sing to use conditional probability? A lot of solution in google but no reasonable answer?