Mathematics SSS 2 Third Term
Students should be able to;
- Solve sample examples in equatorial simple space
- Solve simple problems on probability
- Identify and solve practical problems on probability involve in health, finance and population
If events A and B are independent, the probability of A and B happening denoted by Pr(A∩B), is the product of their individual probabilities. i.e.
Pr(A∩B)=Pr(A) × Pr(B)
In general, If A, B, C, D,… are independent, the probability of A and B and C and D and … happening is the product of their individual probabilities. I.e.
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