Determine the chance of developing cancer, Biology

A typical chest x-ray exposes the patient to a radiation dose of 0.01 rem. If a man receives 10 such x-rays in a lifetime, what is his chance of developing cancer as a result of these x-rays, according to the linear hypothesis? Express your answer as a percentage.

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