Hello, I know this is probably simple but i just cant find out how to get the correct answer.
When P(A and B and C), How do i find just P(A and C) and also just P(B and C)?
Is there a formula to follow like the multiplication rule? I'm stumped.
Hello, I know this is probably simple but i just cant find out how to get the correct answer.
When P(A and B and C), How do i find just P(A and C) and also just P(B and C)?
Is there a formula to follow like the multiplication rule? I'm stumped.
Just brainstorming.
Only when events A, B and C are all independent of each other you can use the multiplication rule, thus having Otherwise you have use conditional probability which states that From there you can write
So you could write
See if this will get you started.