Q. 14.2( 25 Votes )
If A and B are tw
It is given that A and B are independent
Therefore, P(AꓵB) = P(A)P(B)
Now, P(A’ꓵB) = P(B) – P(AꓵB)
= P(B) – P(A)P(B)
= P(B)(1 – P(A))
As, P(A’ꓵB) = P(A’)P(B)
Therefore, A, and B are independent.
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