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    (a) Suppose that A and B are independent events P(A)=0.6 and P(B)=0.2
    Find P(A intersect B') *B' = B complement :)

    (b) Suppose that A and B are now mutually exclusive calculate P(BlA).

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    (a) Suppose that A and B are independent events P(A)=0.6 and P(B)=0.2
    Find P(A intersect B') *B' = B compliment :)

    Solution. Since A and ...

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    The solution shows how to work with probabilities of independent and mutually exclusive events.

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