this is some kinda of discrete set theory I want help with, heres the question and what I have so far, can someone explain what P(A) is, P(~A^B) and (P^~B)
also what are the independent variables.
I've included the questions in a pic, and i've written my work the best I could.
P(A^B) :: 0.3
P(A|B) :: 0.5 :: P(A) / P(A^B) , So, P(A) :: 0.5 * 0.3 :: 0.15
Now, P(~A^~B) :: 0.1 ,or , P(A v B) :: 1 -0.1 :: 0.9 :: P(A) +P(B) - P(A^B) , which gives P(B) is greater than 1.0 , this can't happen!
This is probability, not set theory. You might conflate the two because P(A) in set theory means "the power set of the set A", whereas here it means "the (prior) probability of event A". You might get more help if you put this in the undergrad probability forum.
However, we do not encourage double postings.
The objection to the OP is that it is really nonstandard notation.
If posters do not know how to use LaTeX at least they can use standard mathematical notation.
Frankly, I see no reason to help someone who makes no effort to make his/hers question question readable.
No problem. I didn't know if there was a method for sending a post to another forum, or quashing it in one so it can be spawned somewhere more appropriate. I don't expect as many people who do probability on a regular basis would be here rather than there, though the question is simple enough that it's not that relevant.