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Suppose that E and F are two events P(E and F)=0.1 and P(E)=0.4 what is P(F/E)?

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  1. Is it
    (a) P(F/E),
    (b) P(F\E), or
    (c) P(F|E)?

    If it is (c), conditional probability,
    then
    P(F|E)=0.1/0.4=0.25
    (a similar question was answered before)

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