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If P (A) = 2/3 (two thirds), P (B) = 1/6(one sixth), P (A and B) = 0, 16 what can you say about P (A or B)?

That P is either two thirds or zero?

• Can someone help? -

P(2/3 or 0)?

• Math -

Pb is 1/4 of Pa if that helps, but i don't really understand what you or maybe the question is asking

• Rain? -

It is saying
P(A)= two thirds 2/3
P(B)= one sixth 1/6
P(A and B)= 0

So what is P ( A or B )

I honestly don't understand either, well obviously or I wouldn't have had to ask. :)

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