P[(B /C) U (C / B)] what is the meaning of the expressions above? is it equal P(B /C) + P (C / B)- P(C joint B) and when P(C joint B)=0, P[(B /C) U (C / B)]=0
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Originally Posted by parklover P[(B /C) U (C / B)] what is the meaning of the expressions above? is it equal P(B /C) + P (C / B)- P(C joint B) and when P(C joint B)=0, P[(B /C) U (C / B)]=0 Could it possibly be
Originally Posted by Plato Could it possibly be yes. you are right. aren't they the same thing?
Originally Posted by parklover yes. you are right. aren't they the same thing? Often is written and it means where is complement. So .