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24 June, 06:01

If A and B are independent events, P (A and B) =

A. P (A)

B. P (B)

C. P (A) * P (B)

D. P (A) + P (B)

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  1. 24 June, 07:47
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    C

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Since events A and B occur independently, it means that if A occurs, B May or May Not occur, vice versa. (basically, event A and B can occur on its own or together which are not dependent on the other event)

    For probability of A and B to occur, and that probability of A / Probability of B occurring are not dependent on each other at any circumstance, u need to multiply the P (A) and P (B) to find out the chances of A and B occurring.
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