Suppose there are three events, A, B, and C. You are also given the values of: P(A), P(B), P(C), P(A intersect B), P(B intersect C), P(A intersect C), and P(A intersect B intersect C). How would you find the probability that only event A occurs?

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- Feb 18th 2010, 11:40 AMdynas7yProbability that only event A occurs?
Suppose there are three events, A, B, and C. You are also given the values of: P(A), P(B), P(C), P(A intersect B), P(B intersect C), P(A intersect C), and P(A intersect B intersect C). How would you find the probability that only event A occurs?

- Feb 18th 2010, 12:38 PMPlato
- Feb 18th 2010, 01:29 PMdynas7y
Ahh, I see. That makes a lot of sense now. Thanks a lot for the quick reply (Clapping)