Asked Oct 2, 2019

If P(B) = 0.3, P(A or B)= .06, and P(A and B)= .2, find P(A)


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Step 1

From the properties of probability, for any two events A and B we have


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P(AUB)2 P(A) 2P(B

Step 2

But from the given information,...


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P(A B) < P(B)


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