6. You know the following information about the test for a disease:
a) Out of the general population .6% of the population have the disease.
b) 1.15% of people will initially test positive for the disease even though they do not have it.
c) Of people who actually have the disease, 25% will get an incorrect negative result.
If 1,000 people are given the test at random, list all possible results for the test and the number of people we would expect for each outcome (correct positive, correct negative, etc…) Using Microsoft Excel.