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211 Stat - Tutorial 2 1. You are given that A and B are independent events. Additionally, P (A) = 5 P (B) = 16 .Find P (A B) and P (A B). 7 16 and 7 16 2. You are given that A and B are mutually exclusive events. Additionally, P (A) = 5 and P (B) = 16 .Find P (A B) and P (A B). 3. ABC Ltd. has 3 machines A, B and C. In any given week, the probability that a machine breaks down is 0.04 for A, 0.02 for B and...

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