11 October, 18:17
Suppose Q and R are independent events. Find P (Q and R) if P (Q) = 4/5 and P (R) = 4/11
11 October, 18:24
Since Q and R are independent, this means P (Q and R) = P (Q) * P (R)
P (Q and R) = P (Q) * P (R)
P (Q and R) = (4/5) * (4/11)
P (Q and R) = (4*4) / (5*11)
P (Q and R) = 16/55
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