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posted by mehak .
okay , so I had this questions on quiz today and I don't even remember the question properly but i wanted to know how you solve so I can see if I got it right
questions : Imagine a college student is looking her chances of getting interview calls from
A= calgary
B= california
P(A)=0.054
P(B)= 0.24
P(A/B)= 0.056
Imagine she get s call from calgary , whats the probability that she will get a call from California too ?
I used P(AandB)=P(A)P(B)
or should I have used
P(AorB)= P(A)+P(B)P(AandB)
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