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I'm given P(a), P(b), and P( A intersect B), but I need to find the conditional probability of 'the complement of B given the complement of A'. I don't know how to find it. I thought I only had to multiply the complements, but that obviously didn't work. Then I said maybe it's equal to the complement of the union of A and B: 1- ( A+B- A^B).

Is that the right way of doing it?

Thanks for your help.

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# Homework Help: How do you find the intersection of the complements of two neg. dep events?

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