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(I think I can help you in both cases!)

yes working out a specific excercise !?

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Okay there's a formula for the conditional probability, which is P(A|B) = P(A and B)/P(B)

Have you seen that before?

yes!

I can draw a picture, if it helps.

post the conditional probability problem you are working on and we can work through it.

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That's why you get the formula P(A and B) / P(B).

Perfect! I think I understand it better haha. My professors sucks, but have a great day guys!

You too :)

Great job of explaining things @BasketWeave