I have managed to figure out the first part, however the second part stumps me. Could someone walk me through this?

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- Oct 16th 2009, 05:23 PMSakurazakiIndependant and Disjoint Events
I have managed to figure out the first part, however the second part stumps me. Could someone walk me through this?

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You know that $\displaystyle \Pr(E \cup F) = \Pr(E) + \Pr(F) - \Pr(E \cap F)$ .... (1)

And if E and F are independent you know that $\displaystyle \Pr(E \cap F) = \Pr(E) \cdot \Pr(F)$ .... (2)

Substitute (2) into (1), then substitute the given data and solve for Pr(F).