Suppose that E and F are two events and that Upper N (Upper E and Upper F )equals480 and Upper N (Upper E )equals970. What is Upper P (F|E )

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Suppose that E and F are two events and that Upper N (Upper E and Upper F )equals480 and Upper N (Upper E )equals970. What is Upper P (F|E )​?

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Kaylee 2 weeks 2021-09-13T17:12:49+00:00 1 Answer 0

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    2021-09-13T17:14:11+00:00

    Answer:

    P(F|E) is 0.494 (49.4%)

    Step-by-step explanation:

    according to Bayes’s theorem

    P(F|E) = P(F∩E)/P(E) = (N(F∩E)/total number of elements) /( N(E)/total number of elements )= N(F∩E)/N(E)

    replacing values

    P(F|E) = N(F∩E)/N(E) = 480/970 = 0.494 (49.4%)

    thus P(F|E) (probability that F occurs given that E has occurred ) is 0.494 (49.4%)

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