# An experiment results in one of three mutually exclusive events A, B, and C. It is known that P(A) = .30, P(B) = .55, and P(C) = .15, Find each of the following probabilities: a. P(A B). b. P(A

An experiment results in one of three mutually exclusive events A, B, and C. It is known that P(A) = .30, P(B) = .55, and P(C) = .15, Find each of the following probabilities:

a. P(A ∪ B).

b. P(A ∩ B)).

c. P(A | B)

d. P(B ∪ C)).

e. Are B and C independent events? Explain.

a. P(A ∪ B).

b. P(A ∩ B)).

c. P(A | B)

d. P(B ∪ C)).

e. Are B and C independent events? Explain.

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