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# How about the conditional probability of dependent events?

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Subject: Mathematics

CONDITIONAL PROBABILITY

The conditional probability of an event B given A is the probability that the event B will occur given that an event A has already occurred.  This probability is written as P( B|A) and read as the probability of B given A.  The dependent Events if two events are dependent if the occurrence of one event does affect the occurrence of the other, the example of this is random selection without replacement. For other information related to this topic, please open the link below

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Subject: Mathematics

CONDITIONAL PROBABILITY OF INDEPENDENT EVENTS I notice that if two events A and B are said  to be independent  if P ( A  intersect B) = P (A)  P(B). this is equivalent to stating that P(A|B) = P(A)  and P(B|A) = P (B) if these probabilities exist.  Probabilities are usually very sensitive to an information given as a condition. Sometimes, however, a probability does not change when the condition is supplied.

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