A genetic condition is found thataffects10% of adults in the US population. In a city with 100000 that means that approximately 10000 people have the condition and 90000 people do not. Fortunately there is a genetic test for the gene that causes the disease. The test has anerror rateof 1%.Of the people who have the condition 1% of them will have false negatives. If false positives also occur at the rate of 1% then about 1% of the 90000 who do not have the bad gene will test positive.1.In thiscityhow many people receive a positivetest result? How many people who test positive actually do not have the condition? What % of people who get a positive result dont have the condition?2. In this city how many people receive anegative testresult? How many people who test negative actually have the condition? What % of people who get a negative test result have the condition?