Asked Jan 9, 2020

Suppose that A and B are two events.

a. What does it mean for event B to be independent of event A?
b. If event A and event B are independent, how can their joint probability be obtained from their marginal probabilities?


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If the event B is independent of event A, then occurrence of event A does not have ...

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