Stock a rise .60 stock b rise .40...if b rise, the probability a will rise .55
A. Are a and b mutually exclusive...yes or no and why
B. Are a and b independent yes or no and why
a and b are not mutually exclusive because both are rising and dropping separately .
Yes both a and b are independent as they share the relation of rise and fall with each other.
Please select my answer as best.
A. Is it because P(a|b)=p(a) or p(a upside down u b)=0
B. Yes because p(a|b)=p(a) or p(a upside down u b)= 0
A. p(a upside down u b)=0
B . p(a|b)=p(a)
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