#1**+2 **

**First section involving Cards**

In the first section, the correct selections are that **they are independent events, P(A)=1/2, P(B)=1/13, and P(A&B)=1/26**

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**Second section involving Chance**

*Given P(A)=0.15 and P(B)=0.2, determine P(A and B) if A and B are independent events. Round answer to the nearest hundredth.*

This is just like finding probability between getting 2 types of cards in a 52 card deck. We're going to just multiply the decimals.

0.15*0.2

0.15*0.2 = 0.03

This is rounded to the nearest hundredth, so our answer is **0.03**

This answer does not include the third section. Very sorry, I haven't done much on dependent probability :/

rarinstraw1195
Apr 13, 2018

#1**+2 **

Best Answer

**First section involving Cards**

In the first section, the correct selections are that **they are independent events, P(A)=1/2, P(B)=1/13, and P(A&B)=1/26**

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**Second section involving Chance**

*Given P(A)=0.15 and P(B)=0.2, determine P(A and B) if A and B are independent events. Round answer to the nearest hundredth.*

This is just like finding probability between getting 2 types of cards in a 52 card deck. We're going to just multiply the decimals.

0.15*0.2

0.15*0.2 = 0.03

This is rounded to the nearest hundredth, so our answer is **0.03**

This answer does not include the third section. Very sorry, I haven't done much on dependent probability :/

rarinstraw1195
Apr 13, 2018

#2**+1 **

Thank you for your help, I'll post the last one seperately and see if someone can help.

RainbowPanda
Apr 13, 2018