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Suppose Q and R are independent events. Find the probability of Q and R when P(Q)=0.41 ans P(R)=0.44.

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Amanda Johnson on August 31, 2018

It is given to us with two probabilities: P(Q) = 0.41 and P(R) =0.44 in the events Q and R are not mutually exclusive to one another. In this case, the probability of Q and R is equal to P(Q)* P(R) which is equivalent to 0.1804. This is the final answer to this problem.


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