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Jeff_McD18

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- p(A) = 2/3

- p(B) = 1/2

- B c A

- Events A and C are independent

- Events B and C are mutually exclusive

Given that B is a subset of A is what is P(A n B). B is completely contained in A so any point in B is also in A which means that (A n B) = B which implies P(A n B) = P(B).

so therefor p(A|B) = 1/3

&

p(B|A)= 1/3

Is this correct?