CS-201-Discrete Structures

Chapter 4

Each king in a deck of playing cards represents a great king from history:
  • Spades - King David,
  • Hearts - Charlemagne,
  • Clubs - Alexander, the Great
  • Diamonds - Julius Caesar
  • 4.2. - Conditional probability and independence

    P(B/A)=Probability that event B occurs knowing that A has occured.

    If B and A are independent then P(B/A)=P(B) and the probability of the intersection of A and B is P(A)*P(B).

    Note that The intersection of A and B is not empty as then A and B would be mutually exclusive.

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