Patients in two demographics were tested for a disease. The probability that a patient has the disease if the test is positive is $0.95$ in both demographics. The probability that a patient has the disease and the test is negative is $.05$ in both demographics. The probability of a positive test in demographic 1 is $.08$ and the probability of a positive test in demographic 2 is $.05$. What is the probability of the disease in demographic 1?
I'm not sure where to start, and I'm ending up with 3 variables. Is this the correct direction? When I have three variables, how do I know where to put the bars and commas? i.e. $P(A,B|C)$ vs $P(A|B,C)$ vs $P(A,B,C)$ Also, any hints as to how to proceed?