# 1. The notation P(F|E) means the probability of event - given event 2. If P(E)0.6 and P(E|F) = 0.34, are events E and F independent? 3. Suppose that E and F are two events and that P(E and F) 0.6 and P(E) = 0.8. What is P(F|E)? 4. Suppose that E and F are two events and that P(E and F) 0.21 and P(E) = 0.4. What is P(F|E)? 5. Suppose that E and F are two events and that N(E and F) 420 and N(E) 740. What is P(F|E)? 6. Suppose that E and F are two events and that N(E and F) 380 and N(E) = 925. What is P(F|E)? 7. Suppose that E and F are two events and that P(E) = 0.8 and P(F E) 0.4. What is P(E and F )? 8. Suppose that E and F are two events and that P(E) = 0.4 and P(FE) 0.6. What is P(E and F)?

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Thank you help_outlineImage Transcriptionclose1. The notation P(F|E) means the probability of event - given event 2. If P(E)0.6 and P(E|F) = 0.34, are events E and F independent? 3. Suppose that E and F are two events and that P(E and F) 0.6 and P(E) = 0.8. What is P(F|E)? 4. Suppose that E and F are two events and that P(E and F) 0.21 and P(E) = 0.4. What is P(F|E)? 5. Suppose that E and F are two events and that N(E and F) 420 and N(E) 740. What is P(F|E)? 6. Suppose that E and F are two events and that N(E and F) 380 and N(E) = 925. What is P(F|E)? 7. Suppose that E and F are two events and that P(E) = 0.8 and P(F E) 0.4. What is P(E and F )? 8. Suppose that E and F are two events and that P(E) = 0.4 and P(FE) 0.6. What is P(E and F)? fullscreen

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