Suppose that 5% of all Olympic athletes use performance-enhancing drugs. Because drug use is a serious violation of Olympic rules, the International Olympic Committee has implemented random drug tests. Assume that the test will report positive with probability 0.8 if the athlete uses drugs, and with probability 0.2 if the athlete does not use drugs.
1) Typically, an athlete is asked to give two test samples, A and B, for one drug test. Assume that the results of A and B are run independently, if both of an athlete’s samples are positive, what is the probability that he uses drugs?
So far I have P(positive) = 0.8 for both A test and B test, so the P(A intersecting B) = 0.8 * 0.8 = 0.64 (or 64%). I know I need to do something with the 5% chance that all athletes use drugs, but I'm not sure where do go from here. Is it the probability of the intersection of A and B and use drugs? I'm completing this question for a course and have changed the numbers so it's not exact, but I'm having trouble coming up with the equation I need to solve this.