A box contains \(n\) shirts, of which \(60\%\) are white in color. Three out of every four non-white shirts have a tailo

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A box contains \(n\) shirts, of which \(60\%\) are white in color. Three out of every four non-white shirts have a tailoring defect. What percentage of white shirts do not have a tailoring defect?

(1) If one shirt is selected at random from the box, the probability that it will have a tailoring defect is \(0.5.\)
(2) The probability that a shirt with a tailoring defect will be white in color is \(\dfrac25.\)

Answer: D

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