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anonymous
 4 years ago
Event A and B are independent of each other...
What does independent mean here? How would it change if it said dependent. The full question continues as:
The probability of event A occurring is 3x as likely as event B occurring. The probability that neither event A nor event B will occur is 7/27. What is the probability of event A occurring?
anonymous
 4 years ago
Event A and B are independent of each other... What does independent mean here? How would it change if it said dependent. The full question continues as: The probability of event A occurring is 3x as likely as event B occurring. The probability that neither event A nor event B will occur is 7/27. What is the probability of event A occurring?

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