# Two different airlines have a flight from Los Angeles to New York that departs each weekday morning at a certain time. Suppose that E denotes the event that the first airlines flight is fully booked on a particular day, and F denotes the event that the second airlines flight is fully booked on that same day. Suppose that P(E) =

Chapter 6, Exercises #38

Two different airlines have a flight from Los Angeles to New York that departs each weekday morning at a certain time. Suppose that E denotes the event that the first airline’s flight is fully booked on a particular day, and F denotes the event that the second airline’s flight is fully booked on that same day.

Suppose that P(E) = 0.7, P(F) = 0.6, and P(E ⋂ F) = 0.54.

a. Calculate P(E|F), the probability that the first airline’s flight is fully booked given that the second airline’s flight is fully booked.

b. Calculate P(F|E).

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