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Hello,
i have the following question:
1. The joint probability for two independent events is defined as: P(A and B)=P(A)xP(B)
2. Why is not P(High=20%)xP(Increase=40%)=P(Increase and High=10%).
Or should it be and only the example is wrong?
Can anybody explain it please?
I wish all of you a nice Sunday evening.
i have the following question:
1. The joint probability for two independent events is defined as: P(A and B)=P(A)xP(B)
2. Why is not P(High=20%)xP(Increase=40%)=P(Increase and High=10%).
Or should it be and only the example is wrong?
Can anybody explain it please?
I wish all of you a nice Sunday evening.
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