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    Some simple questions about dependence, probability, and exclusivity.

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    A. If two events are dependent, then P(A/B) will equal _______________.
    b. If two events are independent, then P(A and B) will equal _______________.
    c. The rule for complementary events is useful for finding P(_______________).
    d. If two events are not mutually exclusive, P(neither A nor B) will
    equal 1 - [_______________________].

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    a. If two events are dependent, then P(A/B) will equal
    =P(A and B)/P(B)=P(A)*P(B)/P(B)=P(A).
    * If here "/" means ...

    Solution Summary

    The following answers several questions about basic probability on the topics of dependence, complementary events, and exclusivity.