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If a and b are independent events then it must be true that P(A|B)=P(A). TRUE OR FALSE.

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Whitney Matthews on October 25, 2018

The correct answer is:True.Explanation:P(A|B) is read "the probability of a given B". If a and B are independent, this means that B has no effect on A. This means that the probability of a given B, it would be the same as the probability of that, since B has no effect.This means that P(A|B) = P(a).


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