Which of the following is an example of conditional probability?
A. Probability of getting an A on a test
B. Probability of getting an A on a test, given that you didn't fail the test
C. Probability of drawing a club from a deck of 52 cards
D. Probability of hitting a home run
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A conditional probability is basically something like... This could happen, as long as this did.
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can be read as "the probability that A occurs given that B has occurred."
is in the beginning
Yes. It's true if this is still about conditional probablities
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What is the probability of rolling a number greater than or equal to 8 with two dice, given that at least one of the dice must show a 6?
Hmm, I don't know about this one.
Since 1 must show a 6, that makes the probability 1/6.
8-6 = 2
That means the second dice must show a 2 or greater in order to meet this requirement.
2,3,4,5,6... that's 5 numbers, so 5/6 for the second dice.
But, that doesn't match
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If there is a 90% chance of rain tomorrow and a 70% chance of wind and rain, what is the probability that it is windy, given that it is rainy? Round your answer to the nearest percent.
Yeah, I never took Statistics, so I'm limited there
I would convert those numbers to equal out of 1, not 100. So you would get .9 and .7. Then divide those two numbers (.7/.9)
Remember to round
1 more please?
According to the general equation for conditional probability, if p (a^b')=1/6 and p(b')=7/24 , what is p(a[b) ?