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Homework Help: statistics

Posted by Anonymous on Tuesday, November 6, 2007 at 10:46pm.

Six cards-ace, king, queen of hearts; ace, king of diamonds; and king of clubs-are all placed face down a table. One card is to be selected at random. Find the probability:

a) of an ace, given that a diamond was turned
b) of an ace, given that a club was turned
c) of a heart, given that an ace was turned
d) of a club, given that a king was turned
e) Explain why it is true that P(A/C)=P(C/A)

After completing a through d, I thought I did them correctly unil I reached to e. Here are the answers I got: a) 2/5 b)2/5 c)1/5 d)1/5

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