2. An event A
will occur with probability 0.5. An
event B will occur with probability
0.6. The probability that both A and B will occur is 0.1. The
events A and B are
a) both independent
b) independent, but
c) disjoint, but not
d) neither disjoint
(b) because as much as they are independent, both together have influence on the occurrence of the event
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