Unformatted text preview: Also, if any one of these three is true the others are also true; so you just need to verify that one of them is true. Example: Returning to the above Example 1 regarding being Female and getting an A, are events A and F independent? With P(A|B) equal to 0.33 not being equal to P(A) which is 0.20 [this is applying independence rule number 3] then we can conclude that events Getting an A and Being Female are not independent (you can also conclude that these two events are dependent). ‹ Examples...
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- Probability, Probability theory, ASCII, Probability space