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    Probability of independent events

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    If A and B are two independent events with probabilities, P(A)=0.6 and P(B)=0.4, then compute the probability that:
    (i) Exactly one of them will occur.
    (ii) Either A or B will occur.

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    Since P(A)=0.6 and P(B)=0.4 and they are independent events ...

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    This solution uses brief probability equations to find the likelihood of the occurrence of two independent events.