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sentences will be enough!) (8P)
i. Independent event: are mutually exclusive
ii. Having a college degree and having an above-average income are likely to be
independent
Being male and being female are mutually exclusive If two events are mutually exclusive, their intersection is zero. 17.
Circle the right answer and perform the corresponding computations. A market research firms conducts studies regarding the success of new products, The company is
not always perfect in predicting the success. Suppose that there is a 50% chance that any new
product would be successful (and a 50% chance that it would fail), In the past, for all new
products that ultimately were successful, 80% were predicted to be successful (and the other
20% were inaccurately predicted to be failures), In addition, for all new products that were
ultimately failures. 70% were predicted to be failures (and the other 30% were inaccurately
predicted to be successes). What is the a priori probability th {3 QUESTIOh +

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