Recent questions in High school probability

syaoronsangelhwc17
2022-05-13
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joyyy joy
2022-05-13

Let A and B be events from a sample space S, with P[A] = 0.85 and P[B] = 0.8. Specify the range of possible values for P[A ∪ B] (for example: 0.3 ≤ P[A ∪ B] ≤ 0.9).

dumnealorjavgj
2022-05-10
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Reese Estes
2022-05-09
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hisyhauttaq84w
2022-05-09
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The question says it all. I know

$P(A\cap (B\cup C))=P(A\cap B)+P(A\cap C).$

Would this mean,

$P(A\cup (B\cap C))=P(A\cup B)+P(A\cup C)?$

Just want to make sure.

Jaeden Weaver
2022-05-09
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a card is chosen from a standard deck of 52 cards, what is the probability that a spade and a heart is chosen

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