Statistics Events Rules

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Two events are independent if:
Probability of A intersection B = Probability of A x Probability of B and the Probability of B given A = Probability of B given not A
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Two events are mutually exclusive if:
Probability of A union B = Probability of A + Probability of B and Probability of A intersection B = 0
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Two events are dependent if:
Probability of A intersection B = Probability of A x Probability of B given A and Probability of B given not A doesn't equal Probability of B given A
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If the probability of A intersection B = Probability of A x B the events are:
Independent Events
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If the Probability of B given A = the Probability of B given not A the events are:
Independent Events
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If the Probability of A union B = the Probability of A + the Probability of B then the events are:
Mutually Exclusive Events
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If the Probability of a intersection B = 0 then the events are:
Mutually Exclusive Events
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If the Probability of A intersection B = the Probability of A x the Probability of B given A then the events are:
Dependent Events
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If the Probability of B given A is not equal to the Probability of B given not A then the events are:
Dependent Events
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Card 2

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Two events are mutually exclusive if:

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Probability of A union B = Probability of A + Probability of B and Probability of A intersection B = 0

Card 3

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Two events are dependent if:

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Card 4

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If the probability of A intersection B = Probability of A x B the events are:

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Card 5

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If the Probability of B given A = the Probability of B given not A the events are:

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