I'm working on a math assignment for a class, and am stuck on a question. It reads:
Suppose an experiment has independent events A, B, and C such that:
P(A | C) = 0.4
P(B | C) = 0.25
P(B' U C) = 0.8 (supposed to read "Probability of B complement OR C")
Find the probability that exactly one of A, B, or C occurs.
Hope someone can help!