Hey all, I'm a lawyer with some interest in physics, however, I absolutely suck at math so I've come here for help.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Here's the question. I've got this case whose success depends on the occurence of two separate conditions. This case can not be won if BOTH conditions do not occur.

Condition 1 has approximately a 60% chance of occurence

Condition 2 has approximately a 70% chance of occurence

What is the total probability that this case will be won? How would I go about figuring this out in the future?

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