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adam119977

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Someone asked this question and I'm having a hard time answering it. Can someone point me in the right direction? Some kind of conditional probability? : What is the probability of "A" if P(AnB)=.20, P(AnC)=.16, and P(AnD)=.11 and we assume "A" can occur simultaneously with "B,C,D"

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