Chapter 5: Rules of Probability.
Week 6 Lecture Notes: Conditional Probability.
Let’s say, table below shows number of people
who work for the company located in Manhattan
and live in NY, NJ or CT. Put any numbers in this table:
NY NJ CT
Male … … …
Female … … …
Based on data in your table find the probability
that randomly selected person from this company:
1) is Female AND lives in NY: P(F and NY);
2) is Male OR lives in NJ: P(M or NJ);
3) lives in CT GIVEN person is Male: P(CT if M).