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Rework problem 8 from section 3.2 of your text, about **independent** events E and F in a sample space S, but assume that Pr[E]=0.35 and Pr[F]=0.4.

Compute the following conditional probabilities:

Pr[E′|F]=

Pr[E|F′]=

Step 1

From the provided information,

Step 2

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