I have a problem which says:
Prove through statistics that:
P(A and B) = P(A) x P(B)
How do you prove this through statistics? Thank you for any help you can give me.
You have a real problem there.
Because you cannot prove that through statistics or any other way, It is not true as stated. Are there other conditions that you held back?
The only other "key" that was part of the instructions was that we had to include the conditional prob. formula in some form. That was it. Pretty tough for a new statistics student.
The only other "key" that was part of the instructions was that we had to include the conditional prob. formula in some form. That was it. Pretty tough for a new statistics student.
Well it is still no true unless you are given that exents are independent.