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Independent and Dependent Events; Conditional Probability

Algebra
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Tell whether events A and B are inclusive or mutually exclusive, and then find the probability.

1.) The card is a 10

2.) The card is a black face card

Mar 9th, 2015

Answer:

here the probability of the event A "the card is a 10" is PA= 1/52,

whereas, the probability of the event B "the card is a black face card" is PB= 10/52 =5/26

so the probability of the event A and B is the product of the single probability, anmely:

P(A and B) = PA * PB = 1/52  *  5/26 = 5/1352

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