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Probability basics. Suppose the P(A) = .3, P(B) = .6, and P( A or B) = . Find these probabilities.

II. Probability basics.

Suppose the P(A) = .3, P(B) = .6, and P( A or B) = .72. Find these probabilities.

1. P(A and B) = ____________                                                                                        


2. P(A|B) = _____________


3. P(neither A nor B occurs) = ______________


4. Are A and B independent events? Explain with a calculation

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1.) 0.18 2.) 0.3 3.)... View the full answer

2 comments
  • Where do you get .18 from for #2?
    • johntyler89
    • May 05, 2018 at 3:25pm
  • It is the answer from part 1.
    • singhihub
    • May 05, 2018 at 3:35pm

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1) 0.18 2) 0.30 3) 0.28... View the full answer

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