1.6 –And, Or, & Not1Section 1.6And, Or, & NotINDEPENDENT vs. MUTUALLY EXCLUSIVE INDEPENDENT:Two events are independent if, the probability of one is unaffected by whether the other event has occurred.MUTUALLY EXCLUSIVE:Two events that cannot happen at the same time.
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1.6 –And, Or, & Not2What is the probability that a randomly selected customer is MALEand SATISFIEDwith the service at Dr. Millar’s?104S)&P(M40.This is an example of a JOINTprobability“AND” PROBABILITIESSATISFIEDNOT SATISFIEDTOTALFEMALE0.30.10.4MALE0.40.20.6TOTAL0.70.31.0What is the probability that a randomly selected customer is MALEand SATISFIEDwith the service at Dr. Millar’s?40S&MP.)(“AND” PROBABILITIES