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1.6 - And, Or, &amp; Not (Solutions)

# 1.6 - And, Or, &amp; Not (Solutions) - 1.6 And Or Not...

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1.6 And, Or, & Not 1 Section 1.6 And, Or, & Not INDEPENDENT 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, & Not 2 What is the probability that a randomly selected customer is MALE and SATISFIED with the service at Dr. Millar’s? 10 4 S) & P(M 4 0 . This is an example of a JOINT probability AND ” PROBABILITIES SATISFIED NOT SATISFIED TOTAL FEMALE 0.3 0.1 0.4 MALE 0.4 0.2 0.6 TOTAL 0.7 0.3 1.0 What is the probability that a randomly selected customer is MALE and SATISFIED with the service at Dr. Millar’s? 4 0 S & M P . ) ( AND ” PROBABILITIES