- #1
- 190
- 0
Why is it that given 3 events, A, B, and C describe a sample space, then:
P(A) = P(AB^{C}C^{C}) + P(ABC)
Shouldn't it be:
P(A) = P(ABC) + P(ABC^{C}) +P(AB^{C}C) +P(AB^{C}C^{C})
Thanks!
P(A) = P(AB^{C}C^{C}) + P(ABC)
Shouldn't it be:
P(A) = P(ABC) + P(ABC^{C}) +P(AB^{C}C) +P(AB^{C}C^{C})
Thanks!