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 08-01-2007 #1 culio347 Guest   Posts: n/a The probabilities of events A and B are given by P(A) = 0.6 and P(B) = 0.22 respectively.? The probabilities of events A and B are given by P(A) = 0.6 and P(B) = 0.22 respectively.Find(a) P(Aâ‹ƒ B) , if A and B are mutually exclusive events.(b) P(A â‹ƒ B) , if A and B are independent events.(c) P(A â‹‚ B ' ) , if A and B are independent events.
 08-01-2007 #2 Ross M Guest   Posts: n/a a) (0.6 + 0.22) - 0 = 0.82b) (0.6 + 0.22) - (0.6 x 0.22) = (0.82 - 0.132) = 0.688c) (0.6 x (1-0.22)) = 0.468

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