## (Solved) Suppose the E and F are two events and that P(E and F) = 0.2 and

Suppose the E and F are two events and that P(E and F) = 0.2 and P(E) = 0.8. What is P(F/E)?

Suppose the E and F are two events and that P (E and F) = 0.2 and

P(E) = 0.8. What is P(F/E)?

P ( F|E ) =

P(F ? E) P( F?E) 0.2

=

=

=0.25

P(E)

P( E)

0.8

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